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I think Sandusky is a DISGUSTING LOSER!! Every RACE has their crap of people. Discuss others as well!
I agree with the squawker. Kids need to understand the right way to display gratitude. You're suppose to do that! Graduation is a big deal. If they don't learn, they will begin to think people owe them something.
Whenever my grandmother sent us a birthday gift/dress; my mother made us wear it, took a picture in it, and sent her a thank you letter with it. It meant a lot to my grandmother.
Well that's how I was raised.
Just about any college that is within the University System of Georgia unit. ASU is a state university, so unless a student will be attending a private institution, they really have nothing to worry about.
That's crazy. You can barely get an interview with just a Bachelor's. It's very competitive and very different outside of Dougherty County. The teaching degree is simply the primary part of what is done. But the area of concentration (which is what is really needed) is how they know where you're best needed for the students. A teacher/friend and I were switched over the summer because she has a Master's in math, and my background is in Biology/Chemistry. So now I'm the science teacher (love it loveit!) Science is THE BEST area to teach. EVER! (Go Army-Chemical Corps!!)
So we are exactly where we need to be for our students.
That's crazy, China. Same amount of integrity is needed. And also, an appeal is not to necessarily to continue working in Dougherty County. Who would accept those conditions anyway? Babysit in a gym?
Until they came for us
I think what most people have in their mind is that they see it as a celebration more than anything. And things you celebrate, you want the 'world' to know that you are proud and therefore rooting for your 'star graduate'. I sit and observe. They're very proud and very passionate about it. But you still have to follow rules.
Such pressure though. So many rules. Can't look at the students, can't look out of the window, can't look at the floor, you're simply there to make sure the pencil gets sharpened if it breaks, they're on task, and that they don't put their heads down on the desk. Once a child dropped their pencil. The proctor and I looked at each other. (We were almost afraid to pick up the pencil and give it to them!) Blood, sweat and tears the whole year. But it was worth every drop, because they did well. They believe in themselves, not necessarily me.
It's COACH, COACH, COACH! Who says CORCH? And before Obama, it was Bush. Thank you. The downfall started with OIL! OIL! OIL! Bush was in office when this whole thing got started. He lost me when he was asked about the soldiers fighting oversees. He answered, "What about'em? They knew was going to happen to them when they enlisted." I said, "Oh hell, here we go."
Publix is really a great market. But I do have to gave my coupons!
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