Dress code Belleville West has had a dress code since 2002 and students and parents have hated it . The students from west think it is a waste of time and the nonsense it has for them. Most students think it is a appearance or even to try to reduce violence. Mostly male student think is it because of women student, and why there is a dress code. “There is a dress code so people won 't wear stupid and inappropriate things to school,” Senior, Keyairre Gaston said.
While growing up, it was common to be referred to as “that black girl.” It did not take a toll on my self-esteem until I started becoming aware of the negative connotation people were using in order to label me. But to those people, I was Black because I was simply not white. However, when I was compared to other black people from different schools, I was not Black. If I received a dollar for every time someone told me I was a White girl trapped inside of a Black girl body, I would be sitting on bills today. At first I would go along with it because I was afraid to engage
When 6th grade came, I transferred into a Baltimore City Public School since I really wasn’t getting the education I needed at the private school. It was still rough not fitting it. I thought that becoming like the other kids would make me happy, but I was learning new things everyday and I realized in high school that being the outcast is better than being like everyone else. The journey I dealt with in high school was very emotionally tough and life changing. I learned that I was placed on this earth to discover my own path, and I wouldn’t be happy if I live someone else’s life.
Ruby Bridges was born as an outsider because of her race, and she didn’t have the privileges that most girls her age had. Bridges grew up in a time where blacks were considered entirely different from everyone around them. White people believed that blacks don’t deserve the certain rights that they had and that they were a lower class than them just because of color (Britannica). Bridges father was hesitant of sending Bridges to an all-white school when she got the acceptance letter because he knew that countless people would be outside the school protesting offensive and repulsive words directly at her (Biography). But her mother believed that this was the right thing to do and let her go.
Louis alone are certainly alarming, I am most dismayed by the responses of the children from Morris High. It is evident that the children at Morris High do not fully understand the implications of racial inequality, nor do they regard the immense suffering of children in schools like those in East St. Louis. However, if I were a young white girl from a high class family attending Morris high, I too might have the same outlook. I likely would have been taught to acknowledge the inequalities faced by the minority, but would not have been taught the privileges I have experience for being white. If I were suddenly to start attending East St. Louis schools, however, the inequalities faced by my new peers would become much more apparent.
My mother has always told me that I was, “born in the wrong generation.” I’ve been described as being divergent compared to most teenagers my age, and I tend to have a different way of thinking. Because of this asset, I find myself constantly losing friends due to my disinterest and lack of conformity to the things they label as cool (drugs, sex, alcohol). That being said, my biggest concern upon attending Sweet Briar, is that I will not be compatible with anyone at the school, in addition to the abundance of females at the school. At times, females can be known to be more dramatic than males, and that can cause some issues. However I do believe, because of the lack of dependability on parents, the maturity will be generalized.
I’m beginning to realize that in some circles, especially my own family—that I am being “pushed out”, as an outsider. It started years and years ago, but now it is finally settling in that I don’t really belong to any one group—no matter where I go in life. Whether it was elementary school where girls and boys would call me ugly and refused to have others participate with me in any kind of way. I knew I really wasn’t ugly, but they were mad because I was not like them. They didn’t like me because I was different, I was black, I had kinky hair, and I was … strange.
She did not make any good friend throughout her childhood until one day she got to Junior High School. Naturally she had powers that were on and off and was very horrific and disturbing any it would trigger. As a result of her attitude she could not handle her first day of menstrual cycle which happen to occur when she was in school and that episode became a memorial story in the school in which was used against her and she became the laughing stock of the school out of pain and agony that she developed it ended her becoming a shy
Ms. Caroline Fisher has a tone that Scouts ignorant and just needs to be quiet. But, Scout is confused and a bit annoyed because she had been able to read the alphabet, mobile register, and my first reader and the teacher told her that it was bad. You can tell from the quote neither of them is happy and it shows what kind of a teacher she is. Ms. Caroline in the story has a very uptight personality and is not used to a place like Maycomb where everything 's
Those three concepts has undermine the confidence, integrity and maturely of these young high school because the root of the affect is so damaging. We see the consist battle that school programs try to protect the necessities of girl but still fail. Larkin critiques the fact that girls are more likely to be pursed to take nontraditional class because girls aren’t stimulated enough to comprehend. Still Failing at Fairness by Sadker and Zittelmen explained that same ideas that young girls are not encouraged nor given the same opportunity as the boys. According to Sadler and Zittelmen,” they documented the public silence of girls from school through graduate school, (119).
On the yes, abortion side we started with it is the women’s decision because it is her life. We got a hefty response why life is precious and it is wrong, so people started to switch sides. Now there are more people on the no abortion side. I was sitting on the yes side and we pulled out some statistics from questions and it made me think of the percentage was tilted towards not abortion is wrong so I switched over to the no side and stayed over there for the rest of class. I was not the most popular in middle school so I didn’t fit into the popular class.