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  • Hoping for Personal and Physical Growth

    I have a long list of hopes and wishes for the year ahead but I will share only a select few. First and foremost, I anticipate reading more books. I plan to read more since I am determined to go to college for English and Communication Arts. Secondly, I hope to grow taller. I am an inch from being 5 feet tall. Thirdly, I hope to befriend more people in my senior year.

    By: Aubreigh Sabbota
    Posted: July 21, 2014
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  • Lesson Plan Guide: Pressures and parents

    Lesson Plan Guide: Pressures and parents

    TITLE: Pressures and Parents GRADE LEVELS: 9-12 CONTENT AREAS: Advisory, Careers, Life Skills,…

    By: Matt Andrews
    Posted: July 18, 2014
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  • Lesson Plan Guide: Nonverbal communication - the loudest voice of all

    Lesson Plan Guide: Nonverbal communication - the loudest voice of all

    TITLE: Nonverbal communication - the loudest voice of all GRADES: 9-12 CONTENT AREAS: English,…

    By: Matt Andrews
    Posted: July 18, 2014
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  • Consider advice and make strong connections

    Consider advice and make strong connections

    As a junior signing up for next year’s classes, I have a lot of questions I wish people would just…

    By: Princess De La Cruz
    Posted: March 04, 2014
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  • Things I’ve Learned Since I’ve Been Gone

    Things I’ve Learned Since I’ve Been Gone

    Now that I have been out of high school for over a year, I have come to realize that those four years would have been so much easier if I already knew what I do now. Had there been someone to tell me what not to do and what to do, it would have been really helpful that first day of freshman year. However, no matter how much you prepare yourself, there are always those instances when you think it really could not get any worseÑright before it does.

    By: Sharayah Le Leux
    Posted: September 18, 2013
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  • Making Yourself Look Good

    Making Yourself Look Good

    Two key words: employers refer to them as soft skills. Take note of these important tips to give yourself a good shot at landing a dream job.

    By: Brian Dorrington
    Posted: September 13, 2013
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  • Do it Right the First Time

    Do it Right the First Time

    High school was a challenge for me. There were new teachers, new people and, at times, it became hard to adapt to such a rapid change. As I slowly adapted to those changes there were many mistakes that I wished, if given a second chance, I would have corrected during my freshman year. If I were given another chance to walk in your shoes, there are many things I would do differently.

    By: Faith Jones
    Posted: September 07, 2013
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  • Don’t Let Doubts Hold You Back

    To choose the best post-secondary path, you need to determine your goals -- what you feel you were created to accomplish on this earth. Without a destination, it is impossible to choose a route to take you there.

     

    By: Macaela Bennett
    Posted: June 26, 2013
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  • The Art of Respectful Disagreement

    The Art of Respectful Disagreement

    Disagreeing—it happens all the time. People like to be right, and they want others to think they’re right. But when someone else doesn’t think you are correct (or the other way around), it’s OK. However, when people forget that it’s alright to disagree and don’t respond appropriately, problems occur.

    By: Flora Richards Gustafson
    Posted: June 26, 2013
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  • So, you Want to go into Business

    So, you Want to go into Business

    A common American dream, “going into business” can mean a variety of career choices. Knowingwhat you want to do in the business world can help you identify the skills you’ll need.

    By: Flora Richards Gustafson
    Posted: June 26, 2013
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