Posts Tagged ‘Student’
What thing does a middle school student have to bring to school on first day of school? Does he/she have to bring his/her laptop?
Ok so I have a very versitile voice I can sing anything from classical to belty musical theater to pop to rock and country and I can also sing alternative. So I was looking for a song that people will lovebut is also a little diffrent. Ps I have about a five octave range so like the high note at the end of Seasons of Love is fairly easy for me.
One of our college student’s in our organization wants to sew scarfs to sell as a fundraiser to help as many other college students in debt, at the University of Texas, as possible. For every scarf sold the proceeds would go to students who are in $20,000+ of debt, would you purchase a $5 scarf? Why or why not?
I want to go on vacation and the chances are that i will be going allone. Im 21 years old and i want a relaxing and safe vacation. I want to know a company where who offers single vacation.
I dont want to go to meet other people (relationship). Im not a guy who likes party, drink or those kind of things.
I just want some nice place, to relax with other friendly and nice people. I planning to go for new years. Im from Netherlands… and hope you could help me out.
I have high balances on my credit cards and had a bounced check that went to collections. I recently applied with my Mother and she has poor credit as well, so we were denied. Can anyone point me in the right direction for loans for people with poor credit or should I first attempt to apply with a different cosigner? HELP!
Franklin Study is the only summer student program that gives money to your school for every student. Raise money for school has never been easier, we donate $400 per student to your school. Raise money for school now by calling 858-682-0740 or click to www.franklinstudy.com Raising money for your school – Volunteering & Fundraising … www.greatschools.org/…/13-raising-money-for-your-school.gs Fundraisers have moved beyond bake sales as creative parents help cash-strapped schools look for every extra dollar to boost their budgets. [PDF] Twenty ways to raise funds without candy www.kidseatwell.org/flyers/twentywaystoraisefunds.pdf File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – Quick View If you provide tee shirts for the event, you could raise … One school raised $1300 in about … ice and the one closest to the center gets half of the money sold. Uncle Sam: up to $2500: 8 Ways to Raise Money for College – US … www.usnews.com › Education 8 Ways to Raise Money for College. Tweet Share on Facebook … What will be your primary resource to help pay for college? Savings plan. Credit cards … Education World: Fund-Raising Ideas: Raise Money Without Selling … www.educationworld.com/a_admin/admin/admin105.shtml Jun 18, 2002 — How far would you go to raise needed funds? Would you kiss a pig? Organize a game of cow chip bingo? Paint Pepsi on your school roof? Cool Ways for Schools to Raise Cash www.familycircle.com › Family Time › Volunteering The reality of school budgets is that art …
Approximately 4500 new freshmen students gathered in the WVU Coliseum for a special multimedia presentation introducing them to West Virginia University staff, student leaders and traditions. The event was also a required credit activity for WVU’s “University 101″ class, which helps freshmen adjust to their new life-style as university students!
Im running for the treasurer of my school next year and am trying to think of new stuff to do. Last year we had a “lockdown” where you got meney for chariity for participating in competitions from 8pm to 8am, and we have all the usual stuff like battle of the bands, and spirit week. But i need something new! Do anything cool at your school? Thanks!
I have an interview at Sears so I wanted to know if my resume is good. any advice is greatly appreciated. Let me know if I should remove or add any info. Thanks
Here is a copy & pasted copy of my resume:
Tito G Quesada
XXX Worcester, Garland, TX XXXX
• Skilled at learning new concepts quickly, working well under pressure, and communicating ideas clearly and effectively.
• Extensive computer training through High School Course Business Computer Information Systems.
• Enthusiastic and experienced in Group and Team Work
• Bilingual, Fluent In both English & Spanish
• Graduating from High School an Entire year early while being an A Honor Student.
High School Diploma
Education Center International Academy, Garland, TX
Will Receive May 2009
Work History & Awards
Waiver, Liberty Income Tax Service.
• Waived in a Statue of Liberty suit to bring in potential Customers.
• Assisted Customers with questions regarding our Service. Jan.- Apr. 2009
Telemarketer, Texas Highway Patrol
• Provided outbound telemarketing services.
• Called phone numbers across the state to inform and collect funds of Victims and fallen officers.
• Translated for Non English speaking customers wanting to participate in the donation program. Summer 2008
Volunteer for Student Council, Harmony Science Academy-Dallas
• Helped Organize activities such as School Dances, Bake Sales, Assemblies, Fund Raisers and others for Students.
• Served as a Cashier, Ticket collector, Bounce House supervisor, and chaperone for smaller children activities.
• Helped host guest speakers from local colleges, and local officials. 2007-2008 School Year
Awards During High School
• Certificate Of Achievement Of Most Improved Student In English Class
• Certificate Of Achievement Of Most Improved Student In Speech Class
• Certificate Of Achievement Of Most Outstanding Spanish Student
• Certificate Of Achievement Of Zero Tardies During entire School Year (07/08).
• Certificate Of Academic Excellence In Commended Performance On The Texas Assessment Of Knowledge & Skills.
• Certificate Of Merit in Honorable Mention at the HSA Annual Science Fair.
Memberships & Affiliations
• Student Council President Freshman Year
• Student Council Class Representative Sophomore Year Junior/Senior Year
How would you explain the passive voice to a low level student using language they would understand?
I need to explain passive voice to my students, but I need to dumb it down a bit to help them understand.