Majoring in music has been my dream since my freshman year of high school. Near the end of my junior year, I discovered that I wanted to be a choir director. Being in theatre has helped me figure out my calling in life, and I wouldn’t trade the past ten years of my life that I’ve spent at the theatre. Theatre has encouraged me to push myself out of my comfort zone, and without it I never would have been able to sing as confidently as I can today. The first plays I was ever in were musicals, and that’s how I found my love for singing.
In this report I will talk about the main ideas/ main points in the book called Sixteen Summer. One of the most important things in the book is when Anna and Will say “I love you,” for the first time. Another important thing in the book is when Will goes to Anna’s family 's party for Fourth of July. They fall more for each other the more they talked at the party. One other thing that is really one of the most important things in the book is when Anna has to say “goodbye” to Will.
One day Remmy was looking at he paper for the week and the paper said homecoming week was coming up. She was so excited she couldn 't breathe. She wanted to win homecoming princess, but what she didn 't know was someone else did too and would do anything to get that spot. Remmy thought it would be cool and fun and maybe even have the best highschool experience of her life. So the day of voting she was ecstatic and she was going to be on the float.
I am in the middle of my fourth year playing clarinet. I would greatly enjoy going to your summer camp again; I went to the junior summer camp last year (2016) and had a wonderful time preparing music with musician I did not know and got to learn. I have truly grown as a musician these past years, have had memorable experiences during marching and concert season, one goal I have is taking my playing abilities into college. I started playing clarinet in the sixth grade and spent that year learning as much as I could in a public school with 43 beginning clarinets. That summer going into seventh grade I started lessons which got me playing more often and into my middle school’s second band, symphonic, keeping high chairs.
By third grade the whole “fitting in” concept was a piece of cake. I was exactly what I wanted as a child: winning class president two years in a row, playing lead in a major sixth grade play, and making plenty of friends. My trick was simply to avoid talking about religion.
Firehawk Cheer The Harding Fine Arts cheerleading team is going into it’s fifth year at the school and it’s second year of competing. It started with just four girls practicing in Ms. Burris’s room and has since grown to a team of eighteen on Varsity this year and a still-growing JV team. Last September, Varsity went to their first ever regional cheer competition. On their first year of competing, they were only a few points shy of qualifying for the state competition and stunned the crowd with their skills and dedication. This year, Varsity is slightly smaller than the year before with several dedicated alternates ready to take someone’s place at a moment’s notice.
MHS provided support and encouraged the client to use techniques previously taught and discussed on how to cope with depression. Observation: The in a good mood today. The client reported she was in a good because she older daughter had a great party this weekend. The client expressed her excitement that her older child is now 7 year old.
Steve Irwin 's daughter Bindi Irwin, also appeared on KTLA to support for a foundation named after her father. Bindi and Inaba spent some quality time backstage, after which the dancing show judge took to the backstage to appreciate the efforts being made by Bindi. She also talked about the dance show, which is just a week away from its finale. With Antonio Brown and Wanya Morris eliminated, the remaining three contestants, Nyle DiMarco, Ginger Zee and Paige VanZant along with their pros, will be competing in next week’s finale for the Mirrorball.
I began volunteering at my town 's nursing home in high school. Initially, I volunteered as an arts and craft aide, coloring and drawing with the patients, but soon after my sister I transformed that time slot into a performance hour, doing our gymnastics, hip-hop, ppm, cheer, and kickline routines for the patients. It was very rewarding to see the patients smile in amazement and awe and also knowing that they looked forward to seeing me each weekend. At the same it was sad to see familiar faces disappear. After I acquired Home Health Aide certificate in the summer of 2013, I was able to help physically care for the patients.
I reluctantly agreed. A few weeks later, I was happier than I’d been in months because I finally belonged. While most of the cast members were in high school, I, being in seventh grade, looked up to each of them. They included me in their conversations, and although I did not say much, they listened when I did. There was such a wide variety of people in the show, ranging from an honors student who taught me how to solve a Rubik's Cube, to another who went on to major in opera and vocal