She also said that she would get rid of Obama care because most insurances don’t take it, making it a waste of money. Favorite Thing About FAMMS Caitlyn’s favorite part about being a student here at FAMMS is her new friends. She likes how this school has good teachers that will give her a good education. Caitlyn really likes FAMMS and is glad that she goes here. First Day Of School When Caitlyn first came to school here at FAMMS, she had a rush of excitement and nervousness.
The Kappa Kappa Gamma Leadership Consultant job is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for your daughter. She is applying because she has already exhibited strong leadership and organizational skills. In one year, your daughter will be able to enhance these skills, travel across this great country, receive professional training and support, create lifelong friendships with her team members, and make a positive impact on many collegiate women and optimize their Kappa experience. As a graduate of the Field Representatives program, I was thrilled when my daughter, Whitney, pursued this opportunity as her first job out of college. She is now in her first year of law school and ready to tackle the rigors of her studies in large part due to her Leadership
Murray State University soon reached out to Michael to become a professor, he was the highest paid professor on campus. Months later once Michael accepted the job. Once Michael started teaching he found a girlfriend. Caren, Arenson girlfriend, a graduate from Murray State University with a Chemistry Major and working on her masters. Michael and Caren was dating 1 year and Michael proposed to Caren halftime of a Murray State basketball game.
Strong, intelligent, and hardworking, these are the key descriptions of my inspiration, Denise Robardey. She has had an substantial impact on both my school life and personal life. Mrs. Robardey adds something special to my life and the influential measures she has placed on me cannot be replaced at any price. I am extremely grateful that I have had her to count on and look up to while flourishing into the young woman I am
Miss Western Days is much more than a title, crown, and sash. During this past year, I have gained so many incredible experiences, memories, and friendships. Through representing our beautiful town of Elgin at various parades and events, I have found myself more involved in the community than ever before. One of my favorite memories during this time is many younger girls looking up to me and hoping to be like me one day. I would like to thank my parents and family for giving me the opportunity to do this pageant, and always pushing me to do my best.
In my deceased father’s honor Charles E. Roberson Sr., (1945-2005), and my three lovely daughter. My family has been a tremendous influence in my decision to further a childhood desire for wholeness. In addition, my daughter display excitement through being a strong support system while attending Grand Canyon University. In my deceased father’s honor Charles E. Roberson Sr., (1945-2005), and my three lovely daughter. My family has been a tremendous influence in my decision to further a childhood desire for wholeness.
Jerri was proudly nominated by Professor Jeff Blake, who has been a mentor to her during her time at NAU. Professor Blake said, "Jerri is an excellent student with a very positive attitude." After completing the summer term, Jerri will graduate with her Bachelor of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in Management. Jerri lives a busy life. In addition to taking two to three courses per semester, she also juggles her family life, and her many hobbies.
She created an environment where we could be ourselves and where we were rewarded when we did well and pushed to be our best selves always. We also had a lot of fun. All of the girls were so sweet and talented, and I think being with Coach Jones brought us close together. Her best friend was a breast cancer survivor, so our team was called the Pink Panthers. We showed our support for breast cancer month by wearing pink jerseys, hair bows, socks, shoelaces, and sparkly monogrammed sweatpants.
“What educator served as a champion for you as a student and why?” My 4th grade teacher, Kim Howell, is why I’m the person that I am today. She’s a real life hero and by all meanings of the word a champion too not only me, but all students that she comes into contact with. She only sees the potential in her students. She never told me how far behind I was, but instead reassured me about how far I had come By the time I entered 4th grade I was significantly behind in reading and writing. Up until this point I was growing into a student that hated school because I struggled.
Her leadership in the Technology Student Association (TSA) clearly demonstrates this; she joined purely out of curiosity and a desire to learn new skills, and, as a result, she has come to excel in the events she chose to explore. I had the honor of working alongside Kelsey on the TSA officer team, and in our most competitive event, Chapter Team. As a part of both teams, Kelsey has shown her ability to work well with others. She always pulls her weight and more. As an officer, she has dedicated her time to ensuring that all members feel welcome.
I had known her by chance; she and my mom continue to coexist as friends. Miss Michele assisted me explore what my passion in life continues to exist as: music. I met new people as a little girl and let my talents shine thanks to her. She would always be there if I felt upset. Miss Michele knew me inside and out, and if the two of us had a chance to catch up, I think she still would.