Middle School and Junior High School are levels of schooling between elementary and High Schools. Most school systems use one term or the other, not both.
Greetings all! Several key points of important information leading into Thanksgiving Break. High School and Junior High Band: 1) This week students received information on both Pep Band and our King's Island trip. Please make sure you look over things and return the items as necessary. 2)Pep Band is currently not required for either High School or Junior High. HOWEVER, if we do not have enough students it will become a requirement. Please make sure you sign up! 3) Tomorrow students will be receiving information regarding report time(6:00 JH students and 6:15 HS students) and dress code for our Dec. 10th concert. Please make sure you know your times! 4) Congratulations to Halley Diehl, Stefanie Jacobs, and Kendyl Peverly who will be participating in the Capital University Honor Band tomorrow. Stefanie and Kendyl have also been accepted into the OMEA District X Honor Band on December, 7. Congrats ladies! 5th and 6th Grade Band: I have been sending out weekly practice assignments via email. If you have not b ...
I've been challenged by Rick Womble to play the "x"# of things you don't know about me game… he gave me the number 8: 1. I am a lifelong Sci-Fi and Fantasy fan - Books, TV and Movies. I read Tolkien in Junior High and have a 1st edition, 1st Printing of the Silmarillion. Still watch all the new shows...Heinlein has never been topped... 2. Woodworking is my hobby and I have an extensive shop and all my fingers (so far). I make all kinds of things from bowls to furniture 3. I qualified expert with a wide variety of weapons from pistol to M-1 Tank. 4. I am prepared for the zombie apocalypse. I have a weapons collection + ammo. See 3. 5. I collect any and all kinds of St George paraphernalia. Posters, prints, statues, Russian boxes, etc. Recently picked up a hand-carved wooden statue in the Black Forest region of Germany. 6. My family (Wells, Bond, Kilgores) came to America in the 1600s. They fought in the Revolutionary War starting with Kings Mountain. The Kilgore/Wells clans settled the area near Cumb ...
16, yes 16!, things You May Not Know About Me. I am doing this for Micah. Still one of my favorite souls on this planet! 1. My favorite thing to do in life is probably capturing moments through the lens of a camera and sharing it with others. My Mom helped instill this in me as a child. It is also my biggest insecurity because I have had zero training in photography and the technicalities of a camera. I view it as my Art, and with that everyone has their own interpretation which instills my insecurity. 2. I was born a month and a half early and weighed four pounds. Anxious to enter this world, I guess. 3. I have always wanted to be a Dallas Cowboy cheerleader. 4. I spent my entire childhood in the same town and school district, but for as long as I can remember I couldn't wait to venture out and explore this amazing planet. Wanderlust. 5. I have had a passion for Journalism my entire life. I was Editor of my Junior High and High School Yearbooks, then went on to be an Editor for the U.S. Army. My girls do ...
These girls are awesome! Come see them live this Thursday at 6:00 pm at the 1st Presbyterian Church of Rolla. They are worth it alone, but you can hear OneVoice from Millikin and the RCAS Jazz Choir, RHS Chamber Choir and the Junior High School kids as well!
So here is 15 things you didn't know about me, thank you to my dear friend, Jane M Haugen for the wow it's alot. 1) I was born breach, yes of course I came out feet first, no surprise right! 2) My mom named me after a regular dancer on American Bandstand. 3) I am 1/4 Cherokee Indian. 4) I love to fish, as a child I always liked bating everyone's hook with the worm. 5) I was a baton twirler in elementary school and marched in many parades. 6) My nickname was Chester, in Junior High, because I had NO boobs. 7) I played Clarinet and was in the marching band in 7th grade. 8) My first kiss was at a Holloween party and I was dressed as a Martian, green face and all. (Very traumatic to this day when I think of it) 9) I use to own a horse and rode daily. 10) I am obsessed with Little People and can't help myself!!! aka dwarfs or midgets. 11) In my early 20's I was a breeder and showed American Staffordshire Terriers. Had 2 male champions and 1 female champion. 12) I am a great baker OK cook and complet ...
I got the number 6. (I rambled, didn't spell check or worry about punctuation. If that bothers you please don't read.) Ha 1) my dad has 1 brother and 3 sisters. He is the second youngest and his little sister is 2.5 years younger than him. I have the exact same scenario with my siblings ! 2) I have learned that nothing really matters if you can't be there for your family. Usually that requires having to swallow your pride, be forgiving and looking at the big picture. An example would be that you are upset at someone and want to make them suffer a bit (whatever that may be) but if you think about who else will be hurt in the process then you will realize that it is never worth it. Think...will this hurt my kids? 3) I once was afraid I would be jumped by a gang in Junior High until I told my dad. He said," nobody messes with my family.". (Long story short, I was never afraid again.) 4) I'm a momma's boy. I always have been and I always will be. 5) I am very protective of my family. It started with whooping ...
Okay. I've been given the number four by a friend, so here goes four more things you might not know about me. 1) I was student council president of my Elementary school.My ONLY dabble in politics. 2) I had a HUGE crush on Ali McGraw (Love Story) in Junior High. 3) I worked in a cigarette factory the summers during my undergraduate college years. Don't miss that. 4) I fainted during a driver's ed film in High School. Nothing like looking at accident victims to get the blood flowing.right out of the brain!
OK Gina Rambo Neuendorff 1. I was named after Stephanie Lynn “Stevie” Nicks of Fleetwood Mac. 2. My middle name is from my paternal grandmother Katherine Mae Hornby. 3. I've lived in 3 states. All before the age of 10. 4. Since I lived in 3 states I have lived on the east and west coast and in the central US. 5. I’ve been to Canada but I was young so I don’t remember it. 6. Always wanted a horse but when it came time to decide what to do with the money I had saved up I was responsible and used it for college expenses. 7. I've been to almost half the states in the US and I would love to visit them all. 8. I flew for the first time by myself this year and it was fun! 9. I used to want a Volkswagen bug. This was an obsession for years. 10. I had a hamster named Legolas when I was around Junior High age. 11. Most spiders don’t freak me out but I absolutely hate daddy long legs. They are way too creepy! 12. I can sleep anywhere; train, planes, bus, etc.
Janet Long Smithee gave me 1. My family is my life. I just love and cherish all my family get togethers and reunions. 2. I married the love of my life Dennis, a wonderful, caring hard working guy. He will do anything for anyone. 3. I lived in San Jose California for 22 years. 4. I love the new Castle Red Hurricanes. My family and me are big part of the Red Hurricanes. I was a majorette in Junior High for Ben Franklin Patriots, and a color guard for the Red Hurricane Band. My father held the chains at taggert stadium. My brother announces all the football games and basketball games at all home games. My other brother works in the press box with him. Both of my brothers played for the Red Hurricane football team. My sister was a majorette. 5 There is a hand drawn picture of my mother on every jar of Mama Pia's Sauce. (The best sauce in a jar on the market. 6. In 2010 I had the lapband surgery and lost 74lbs. 7. I miss my Aunt, cousins and all my friends in California. 8. I have 2 Chihuahua' ...
I have not done anything like this in a while. Joleene Naylor gave me the number 11 even though she knows good and well how I tend to be a little to wordy with these things. Anyway it was fun to share a little about myself. 1. I prefer fruit flavored desserts to chocolate ones. For example I would rather have a cherry cheese pastry. Keep those chocolate frosted donuts to yourself. 2. I can play the Fluxx card games for hours. Fun stuff. 3. I’m a big fan of gravy. I think it’s ready to make a comeback. 4. Put that gravy on real mashed potatoes. I thumb my nose at the instant stuff. Thumbing ones nose is not a pleasant experience. You should never make anyone do that. 5. I sang in chorus in my Junior High, but my Senior High Drama teacher requested that I lip-synch during a High School musical production of Oliver. 6. I can not run long distances because my flat feet give me shin splints. When I was in the military I would lap swim for my physical readiness test. Now I lap swim to relax. 7. ...
Praise the Lord, it's SUNDAY! We look forward to worshiping with you this morning Faith Chapel Wesleyan Church. 9 am - The Gathering, Hymns and Prayer 9:15 am - The Gathering Small Group Bible Study for Children, Junior High, High School, Women & Coed Adult 10:30 am - Worship & The Word of God with Pastor Josh as he continues his series on the book of Acts 11 am - Children's Church
Yesterday, the Junior High won ALL basketball games!! C,B, and A team boys won! B and A team girls won!! Good job, Buffaloes! 🏀
I KNO *** remember days like dese lol Junior High and High School was fulla crazy times
Rivers state is where ull find a Junior High student tht already hs beards n serious bumps. When he get 2 college wat will he hv? Goitre???☹
Oh no! Junior High must go Muslim. Write Governor Pat Quinn! Stop the insanity! No child of mine, etc.
RV Homecoming week. Get it started right here at the Java Hub tomorrow morning. We want to see your school spirit! Junior High show us your Nerd outfits and High School your best Grease outfit. We will be giving away a FREE drink to one JR High and one High School student we vote best dressed for the theme! Spread the word!
Catching up on I think I'm going to cheer for Bill Nye the Science Guy - BILL BILL BILL BILL! Remember his shows from Junior High!
Boys, if you did imitations in Junior High of James Cagney and Jimmy Stewart, you are geezers. Girls, that might be Tallulah Bankhead and Carol Channing for you.
To my FB family & friends. Most of you know that VCS will be playing Walter Welborne (ranked in the state for 2A) this Friday night. Their coach has agreed to play their Junior High team (grades 7th -9th) against ours should the varsity game get out of hand. I am asking for your prayers on Friday not only for our players, but for their coaches and players. This is such a teachable moment for their team as well as ours. "Winning is NOT everything, but doing the RIGHT thing is. This past Tuesday, the VCS PTF met in the sanctuary for the first time this year. We are reading a book called "Praying Circles Around Your Children" by Mark Batterson. If you weren't able to be there, you can get a copy at school or I will be glad to give you mine. As parents, our prayers have the power to shape, mould and change the destiny of our childrens lives. I am asking if you are planning on going to this game not walk straight to be the bleachers and sit down, but walk all the around the field and pray. God is faithful and ...
Please go back to Biology 101 class, Nicole Wallace. Really: Dolphins are MAMMALS, not fish. Basic knowledge from Junior High level.
When Winnie Cooper shows up at the bus stop for first day of Junior High ❤
Lee's Summit Elementary, then Westview Elementary as well as Hazel Grove Elementary, Greenwood Elementary, . Some of you have shared experiences since before kindergarten. I have been with you since first grade. Remember the first day of kindergarten or first grade. There was Miss Carpenter for 1st grade; Mrs. Bosler for 2nd grade: Music: Mrs. Cornelius, 3rd grade: Mrs. Rhodes; 4th grade: Miss Virginia; 5th grade: Mrs. Basey; substitute Mrs. Powell, 6th grade: Mrs. Hefflefinger, and Mrs. Ott was Principal after 1953. In the middle of sixth grade some of us went to the new school named Westview where the Principal was Mr. Hefflefinger. LS Junior High - Principal: Mr Taylor. There was Mr. *** for Science. In the early spring of 7th grade Mr. Basey was killed by a train at crossing just west of school. There was Mr. Ford for shop.
Ramey here: Cavs to Hire Eric Huffer as Next Boys Basketball Coach Chillicothe City Schools Superintendent Jon Saxton confirmed to Clear Channel Sports Monday night, Eric Huffer will be recommended to the school board as the Cavaliers new Boys Basketball Coach. The board will meet in a special session Wednesday in the Western Administration Building at 5pm. Huffer is a 2000 McClain High School graduate and has been part of the Oklahoma Wesleyan University Men’s Basketball program since 2011. Prior to OWU, Huffer coached in Ocala, Florida. He began his coaching career in the McClain Junior High system under coach Rick Van Matre. His playing days were spent at Southern State Community College in Hillsboro and Cedarville University. Saxton reported Huffer will also be recommended as the High School Physical Education teacher.
Suggested post. This should be fun. Without looking it up, name the principal of your Junior High (8th grade) the year you graduated. Bet you can't do it without racking your brain!
For the continuation of my thanks to all the individuals who helped be a better person("lifes too short, and I don't wanna be that guy"). I will go back to pre-school, because I don't remember beyond that point, mostly flashes...actually some of pre-school too actually, but I digress. In pre-school starting from grade 1 going to grade 6, and with no explanation other than being a good friend at that respective time. Here we go.Thank you Donald Primeau, Roger Martel, Donald Belliveau, Jody Simard, Robert Laviollette, Claude Joanette, Lee-Ann Parent, Rachel Fournier, Sylvie Gaudet, David Cyr, Derek Theriault, Mike Robichaud, Sylvie Cyr, Julie Cyr, Stephane Whissel, Stephane Fortier, Jason Brazeau, Jason Lebrun, Phil Paradis, Dean Morellato, Mathew Venneri, Joel Deschatelets, Dany Faucher, Corey Kelly, and Robin Kelly. There Is definitely people I probably forgot, but these names are people I was close to in that era, please don't feel offended! I should let you know if the names repeat in Junior High and Hi ...
We ask you to support our student and adult volunteers with prayer during this summer's River of Life. River of Life is a four day service, worship, and fellowship opportunity for Junior High and Senior High youth students. During the four days of River of Life, students will go out into the communi...
Congratulations to the kids who qualified for Junior High and High School National Finals! Several who compete at the Rock 'N Roll Carhartt Series will receive some help on their expenses including.Allie Masters, Clay Ellis, Judd Grover, TJ Sinnif, Hope Petry, Kate Grover, Breanna Ellis, Carolyn Edler, Jacy Nelson, Fenton Nelson, and Lane Cline.
ATTENTION BAND FOLKS: Do you have your marching band music yet? Your school-owned instrument? If not, come and get those at the Junior High...Mr. Gurk will be in from 8 - 3, and Mr. Ambrose will be in for drumline rehearsal at 5.
If I ever have a daughter, we will be going with the middle eastern look of only the eyes revealed.. Barton Creek Mall is worse than a Junior High strip club!
Anyone remember those ridiculous plastic bracelets that every kid in Junior High used to wear? Each color had some sort of specific delineation of performing certain special acts in the bedroom. Yeah, me too. They were definitely pretty ridiculous.
From Doug Nagel- Hi All! I hope you’re having a great summer. I want to invite you to a free, final performance by the 8 participants in this summer’s Instituto per la Bella Voce (Institute of the beautiful Voice), this Friday, June 28 in Cisel Recital Hall, MSU Billings from 4 – 5 PM. Gifted High School and Junior High solo singers worked hard all week learning Music Theory, How to Learn a Song Efficiently, English and Italian International Phonetic Alphabet, Stage Deportment and Staging. Institute participants Mikayla Burpee, Kathryn Clark, Morgan Fuller, Matthew Grosso, Cassandra Havercamp, Tylene Parker, Hannah Wambolt and Katelyn Weldon will perform solos and ensembles from classical repertoire. MSUB colligate artist Jason Webster will make a guest appearance and sing two duets. Institute staff members are Doug Nagel, Director and Voice; Marshall Pluhar, Voice and Music Theory; Sandi Rabas as Coach and Accompanist. This Friday from 4 -5 PM in Cisel Hall. It’s free, fabulous and fun!
guyman format online Dear One.. I am writing this message if it touches your heart to rescue a soul in distress, I am . 17 years of age God fearing person into Christ ministry with no background take cares(Parent/Families), also i have lived in Hope Land Orphanage Academy in Ghana with all my life but still things doesn't move smoothly for me until i forced to completed Junior High. For now its time for me to enter in to the collage but here i am with no one to help, I so i decided to send you an email if you can help me. Please i know how hard it is to help someone you don't know but I am for real and also sending you this email was a dream desire come true, well my dreams is to be a great person in future also i need someone who i can called as my family. Life get Good when having faith in God but gets more good when you have someone supports, Please hoping to hear from you. Please i am for real and i am ready to tell you more about me...please I will be happy to hear from you again please help me .G .. ...
75 YEARS OF GATOR FOOTBALL (1950-59) Lots of Talent and Even More Turmoil Guy Nunnelly's reign was more of the same in the first half of the 50's. Knowing the DISD School Board and Superintendent O. J. Baker were pleased with a program that was not very strong, pressure was never applied by those in charge. Baseball, basketball, and track coaches filled the two-man High School staff and the Junior High program. Money was practically non-existent for equipment, so teams in the first half of the 50's were poorly equipped and poorly coached. A new set of stands were built in the early 1950's on the visitors’ side, with a small press box on top. This became the home side and the small concrete stands became the visitor side. A small ticket booth was constructed on the south end of the stadium. In 1955 a giant of a man named Larry “Moose” Mildren arrived as the new head coach. He had an impressive resume and the knowledge and background that just might turn the program around. After a dismal first ...
Shay is competing this week for the World Championship for Junior High Rodeo in Gallop New Mexico if anyone would like the web address to maybe watch her on Real Time. We are so very proud of her and all she has accomplished including being a straight A student in school. She already took All Around Girl for the State of Nevada in Junior High rodeo. Go Shay..go all the way ...but have fun doing it.. You rock girl
I was eleven years old and I looked like I was seven. I was the smallest student in the entire sixth grade.both classes, girls included. *** the fifth graders were bigger than me ! There were a couple of students who were already sprouting one or two dark moustache whiskers in my class.and some of them were even boys. At this rate of growth, I knew that I would probably never survive to be in High School. I would probably be dragged into the woods by bullies and left to rot behind the Junior High building. And since according to my mother, she was related to the entire staff of the Junior High School, then the news would travel fast. My mother had informed me that every teacher I ever had was her beloved second cousin or was in her Sunday School class or was related to a favorite uncle's third cousin from Meridian Mississippi by a fourth marriage to a best friends' aunts' second husband from Macon, Georgia.twice removed that she used to date while attending Tech when she would visit her aunt Lola i ...
A blessed Congratulations to my Second Son Dymari Brandy for his promotion from the sixth Grade. This is only the beginning when you go to Junior High it will either make you or break you .. Be strong and Keep in the right lane.. You know Mommy loves all four of you and I will be always with Lots of Love, Guidance, and support to continue to strive up the Ladder!!
CYBER BULLY One in every four students is bullied online. The growing world of cyber bullying is reaching new heights, as youth struggle to hide their differences for fear of abandonment and public humiliation. Cyber bullying does not discriminate between boys, girls, physical differences or mental challenges; and the cyber bully takes victims at will, since he or she can remain anonymous. Jacob Zellmann tells how being cyber bullied led him to the brink of suicide. Intervention and support from loved ones kept him alive, and now Jacob is an active advocate against bullying. DVD / 2013 / (Junior High - College) / 28 minutes CYBERBULLYING: IDENTIFY, UNDERSTAND, PREVENT Bullying is no longer just a face-to-face exchange. The rapid rise of the internet and handheld devices has created another realm in which bullies are active. This striking, drama-led program focuses on the impact of cyber bullying and the steps victims can take to deal with it. The different forms of cyber bullying, such as masquerading, ...
IMPACT TESTING DATES FOR TAMAQUA AREA STUDENT-ATHLETES. In order to offer additional protection for many of our student-athletes within the Tamaqua Area School District, Coordinated Health is offering FREE ImPACT testing during the summer months. The dates and times are listed below. Student athletes only need to be ImPACT tested every other year. This means if they were tested for a sport during Fall 2011, Winter 2011-12, or Spring 2012 they will need to be retested this year. Sports tested during 2011/2012 year were Football (all levels), Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer, Volleyball, Girls Basketball (JV/V), Boys Basketball (9th, JV, V), Wrestling (all levels), Softball, Baseball. If tested last school year, they do not need to be re-tested. The athletic trainer has accurate records of this information. Any athlete planning to participate in Fall 2013 Football (Junior High, JV, Varsity), Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer, or Volleyball, and did not have a test at any time last year, must come to one of the following d ...
His favorite expression was "Boy I'm gonna kick a mud hole in you and stomp it dry." He served our nation in the US Navy. He was known to break out in a song of "comin' in on a wing and a prayer." He loved practical jokes on the neighbors and he would do anything for anyone. He quietly loved my sister and me and I can't recall EVER hearing him complain. He loved my mom, and left no doubt about it. He left his children a legacy of marriage for the long haul. He loved church. He stood by the side of the Pastor through thick and thin. He taught Junior High boys Sunday School in the same little corner room for years. He worked by the motto- "Love your job or leave it for something you love." He modeled that work ethic well. (30+ years with Nabisco Brands) After watching his brother die of cancer, he would say "I want to be standing one minute and gone the next." God honored his desire. Dad dropped dead of a heart attack on his and mom's 45th wedding anniversary walking up the steps of church. Thanks to my hea ...
This piece has been copy and pasted from Heath Frazier regarding our Championship game tonight: "Today is the Championship game for the Wenatchee Valley Rams. This is the 5th year in a row we have been in the championship game. No, we are not the "Wild" or do we play in the Town Toyota Center, but we have just as much passion for the game, if not more because our players pay to play. Our players are local college students, Alcoa workers, teachers, local business owners, etc. We play for our community and preach a family unity between our players and fans. Something positive for our players to do to learn how to be not just better athletes, but better people in life. Our motto is "Ram Family" and we stick together. Please come out and support your local Ram Family and help make it loud as we take on the Spokane Wolfpack! Eastmont Junior High field at 5 p.m." Well said Heath, can't wait for 5 o'clock!
I consider myself amazingly lucky. Born in 1980 to the most wonderful mother in the world, went to BOCES for elementary school and made loads of friends like Paul Jr Christensen, and Theresa Marie. I then went to Charles E Walters where I met Adam English, who has since become my sports buddy. Go Astros btw, After that I met up with my partner in crime and aide Peggy Schulz, who I will always hold near and dear to my heart. After middle school I suffered my devastating stroke which put me in the hospital over a month. Then I went to Junior High. I was in a wheelchair for a year and was pretty miserable, but I would yet walk again!! I entered High School in 1995, and did pretty well. I was bored with my life, so I stayed an extra year. I graduated in 1999, and met two more amazing celebrities, Cristina Ferrare, and the then White Power Ranger, Jason David Frank. I also went on an amazing 8 day cruise with my family in the Carribean! I began going to bars at 19, doing karaoke, as long as I didn't drink, I w ...
Cheerleading tryouts update: Tryouts for Junior High, JV and Varsity football squads will be held on Sunday, 6/23, beginning at 12:00 at the HS. Practices will be Tuesday (Annex), Wednesday (HS) and Thursday (Annex) from 6:00-8:00. Coaches and graduates will be there to assist and teach the cheer/sideline for the tryouts. If anyone who signed up is not able to attend tryouts on Sunday she should try to learn the cheer/sideline and submit a video to either Mr. Kashner at the HS or to Mrs. Zimmerman.
Watch this 10 minute excerpt of The Government Inspector by Nikolai Gogol by Junior High students. A MUST WATCH
I'm waking up to a Junior High-er..We had our last Boy Scout meeting of the year tonight... lots to be greatful for!!! Joe I Love you for being my son and am SO proud I'm your Mom...
An ongoing outreach opportunity: The Gathering Tree – meeting needs and reaching out in downtown Springfield at 213 S. Campbell. If you would like to go TONIGHT: Meet at the Durbin house at 5:00pm. 2823 W. Maplewood St. Springfield 65807 Our Regular Gatherings: Wednesday Night: Summer in the Park! THIS Wednesday, June 12 we will meet again at Living Memorial Park (the one on the road to the Nature Center) – 6:30-8:30pm We will most likely be at the WEST side of the park where there is a cement amphitheater area. Sunday Morning: Join us on Sunday mornings as The Mix Community Groups for Junior High and for High School meet at 9:30am in the Loft above the gym! Upcoming Events: Coming soon: more details on outreach and service opportunities for the summer. VBS! July 15-19! Crew Leaders and help in other areas needed! Contact Tara Tharp to sign up to help! taratharp777 Parents and Students: Schedules and Event Dates Needed! Do you have a game, concert, play or other event coming up? Parents, do you have s ...
AN OVERVIEW OF THIS WEEK AT EASTPOINTE ~ JUNE 10-16, 2013 Something for everyone of every generation and gender! *MONDAY: R&R from a week of graduation celebrations or if your Enumclaw enjoy Graduation! *TUESDAY: 7am Men's Bible Study at Sumner Starbucks on Main st. 9am Ladies Prayer Group at the Heriot's home 6pm Men's Bible Study at the Sharon's home *WEDNESDAY: 6pm Men's MOFIA at the Engel's home 7pm Women's Study "Bait of Satan at the Sharon's home *THURSDAY: 6pm Men's MOFIA at the Heriot's home 6:15pm EPC Softball Team (2 back to back games) at Boise Creek Fields, Enumclaw (players arrive at least 30 min. early) *FRIDAY: Enjoy your family night *SATURDAY: 8am Fathers' day breakfast by Women of the Word (adults only) 6pm Eastpointe church service 6pm Kids church service *SUNDAY: 10:30am Eastpointe church service 10:30am Kids church service 11:00am Junior High meets after worship 6pm Generation Empowered youth group service For more information on any of the above groups, services and events please lea ...
Good morning from Allen Texas. It’s a bit stormy yet a beautiful morning here. The smell of rain falling fills the air and everything smells so great. I was sitting here drinking my morning coffee, letting my mind wander thinking about the many things I am grateful for, then boom, first the lighting then the loud thunder brought a storm close to home. A minute later, quiet again. I remembered a song learned in Junior High “You'll Never Walk Alone” by Rodgers & Hammerstein. It is a short song, but so many truths that we can apply to our life daily. “When you walk through a storm keep your chin up high and don't be afraid of the dark. At the end of the storm is a golden sky and the sweet silver song of a lark. Walk on through the wind, Walk on through the rain, tho' your dreams be tossed and blown. Walk on, walk on with hope in your heart and you'll never walk alone, you'll never walk alone”. When we think of the many things in our life that cause us to become anxious or fearful, we must remembe . ...
I finally went to see the exhibition, Edo Pop at Japan Society. Very nice show for me because I was so into Ukiyoke and wood cut when I was in Elementary to Junior High time. I looked at the ukiyoe book to find the same location in my neighborhood. I even made TV show, Kamishibai Tokaidochu Hizakurige with Hiroshige's Ukiyoe that I drew by kureyon. Later I discovered one old temple in Shinagawa kept ton of Ukiyoe and wood cut itself the monk brought and showed me. Hmm, so nice show reminded me my youth time. yes, i was nerd.
Girls who think they can get their way by showing a lil more cleavage...smh Maybe if I was in Junior High but today I'm a grown *** man.
My son's entire class was sobbing at school's end today--six years together and now they head to middle school and adolescence. None of us cried before we went to Junior High. One, because we all went together. Two, because Massachusetts and California are about as similar in social mores as Angola and Sweden.
I officially have a child in Junior High. Oh good gracious I am getting old... :'(
Today, Kings County District Attorney Charles J. Hynes presented Progress through Justice Awards to Elementary, Junior High and High School Students at a ceremony held at Brooklyn College. DA Hynes said the students were selected by their respective schools based on outstanding leadership, character and service within their schools and communities. We are proud to report that Breakthrough New York student Vanessa M. was selected to receive the award!! Great job!
Well another school year has come to an end, awards presented, field days played out, summer vacation and camps booked. Super duper proud of Jason and Amanda, both made Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance, Marathon Award, & Century Club Accelerated Readers, and Jason also received the National fitness award with a patch. We are so very proud of the two of them. Wish both my baby's a great summer. Next year it's 3rd grade and Junior High.
On our way home. Yellowstone was awesome. Seems like a lot has changed since I was there in Junior High on a family vacation. Either that or my memory is starting to slip... Awesome time though.
Just want to Congratulate my beautiful daughter Vivianna on this special day, 5th Grade Graduation. Love you mija & I'm so proud of you. Oh no Junior High here she comes!
Today is Bryan's last day of school. He will be off to Junior High (6th grade) at the end of July. (Yes next month) - I have him all week (starting this Friday to next Friday). Gotta think of things to do. I asked him what he wanted to do and he wants to go bowling and the batting cages.
Dental assistant thought I was in Junior High.
Now it's Kiley's day to shine! Another day full of awards! Honor Roll for Fall & Spring, The Power Math Award & award for completion of Middle School!! My baby girl is headed to Junior High!! So proud of you baby girl!! Keep reaching for the Stars!! Where did y'all get these Math brains from???
Tayslore has some GREAT advice on telling a boy that you like him: "I ran into this problem a lot when I was in Junior High because the guys I liked never noticed me. The best thing you can do is give little hints but don't seem desperate; never chase a boy, it's their least favorite thing". *** ?!!! we can't even.We'll let you guys handle this one for us...
Summer is upon us! On June 9, we begin our summer Church School classes. There are more grades in each class during the summer, and fewer classes overall. The changes include childcare for our youngest rather than a class. Grades are combined to make only two Elementary classes, younger and older. Plus there is no Junior High class. Junior High children are invited to help in the younger classes or remain in worship. Here is information to help you plan during the next few months: Nursery - 5 years (Childcare off of the Guildhall courtyard) Kindergarten - 3rd Grade (Room 204, the first room (yellow), west side) 4th Grade - 6th Grade (Room 205, the second room (purple), west side) We are staffed with teachers and aides through July 7. For the rest of July and August through Labor Day weekend children may remain in worship with their families. This is a good time for them to see how worship works. On the church school sign-in table there are pamphlets to help you. Welcome to Worship! has suggesti ...
Hold on... [lighter flicks up] Yeah it's gonna be alright, don't trip baby [inhales] It'll get better... [coughing] Ay do this Thug style main, Thug style When this whole beat drop we just gon' run it to em bet It's all good, uhh I never had much, ran with a bad bunch Little skinny kid sneakin weed in my bag lunch And all through Junior High, we was just gettin by And drivebys robbed my homies of their young lives I never did cry, and even though I had pain in my heart, I was hopeless from the start They couldn't tell me nothin, they all tried to help to help me The marijuana had my mind gone it wasn't healthy I travelled places, caught cases, what a ill year I felt the pain and the rain but I'm still here Never did like the police, let the whole world know Now I gets no peace, cause they chasin me down And facin me now, what do I do? These thangs that a Thug goes through And still I rise so keep ya head up, and make ya mind strong It's a struggle every day but you gotta hold on [Chorus: repeat 4X] Hold o ...
I am very proud of all three of my children today...Today is Jeremy's last day of High School.. He will be walking across the stage tomorrow for his graduation..Today is Megan last day of Junior High... I cannot wait to see her March next year on the football field for little Cypress High School Band..Today is Natilie's last day of intermediate.. She will be getting 6 grade band next year playing the clarinet cannot wait to hear all the Squeaking..I am just on proud momma...I love ya'll very much..Ya'll are my world :)
Two down and Ashley Nicole Chavez graduation to go. I sit here alone at work wondering where the years have gone. My baby is 20 and graduating after facing the most challenging times with Junior High and High School... I don't know how she stayed and suffered through it all but she did and she will receive her diploma tomorrow night.. I will put aside all the heart ach and pain we have traveled to celebrate this moment with her.. Because with her I have broken the cycle of not graduating High School...and not being a teenage mother... I wish I had 1/2 the courage that she has.. I pray that soon she will see the wonderful person she is and she can find herself... and let the world get to know that daughter I know that is hidden deep down inside her... Pray for her journey into life that God takes every step with her as of right now I am not ready to let go of. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH MORE THEN YOU COULD EVER UNDERSTAND and I am so very proud of you if I only could be more like you and if I could see the world t ...
Hello everyone, today was my last day of school and I was really excited to get out today, but when I finally got home, I got bored. I kind of wanted to go back to school. Weird right? Now I am officially a 7th grader, and I am going to be at the Junior High in less than 3 months!! I think the Junior High is going to be awesome, even though I have never seen it, but I have heard it is a great school. (; I am going to miss my friends over the summer, but I know it won't be long before summer is over and I am back in school again. l: Some of my friends at my new school are Riley Francis Whitlatch, Robert B. (Don't know how to spell his last name), Molly Elizabeth Weaver, Benjamin Jagger Hinton, and so much more, I am so glad that we finally got to move back up here and that I have started a new school and I have made a lot of new friends, but I do still think about my other friends from my old school. I didn't forget about you Amber Lobdell, Kyesha Jane, Cameron Ferguson, Cody Dankworth, Logan Huth, Colin C ...
My interest in forensic psychology originated when I began Junior High at Kennedy Middle School in El Centro California. I consider myself strong and independent. I know that I am capable of accomplishing anything in life. Being the first generation of my family to enter a university has given me the strength and respect to begin my path in becoming a forensic psychologist. Indeed, I began to notice my classmates were starting to get in trouble. Not just any kind of trouble, but trouble with the law at an early age. It is my aspiration to help children, adolescents and adults that needs a second opportunity in life. Working with people with different backgrounds and point of views has been a challenge, however, I have learned from working with people of different diversity and culture. My goal is to help facilitate the life of people who need assistance with the law and with low resources. Given my background in Human Services I have been given the opportunity to work with judges and attorneys. As a Casa ...
Prologue Hello, for this adventure of mine, you might want to keep a computer by you, i make song references. They are important to the story, trust me... BOOK 1: Secretes My alarm woke me up with the chorus of Every Morning by Sugar Ray blasting in my ear. How do i make my bed again? it was so perfect yesterday... Or was that the day before? I can’t remember. High School was starting today, I was happy that Junior High was over but i was looking at 4 more years of the same old school (again) , with the same old, stupid, loud, obnoxious people. I am 14, I live in whats called twin apartments, meaning two twin buildings about 4 feet form each other. The apartments where large and owned by this supper rich lady, so prices where low, $1,300 a month. There was a huge living room, a large kitchen, the most immerse bathroom, and even a small section of the rooftop for each tenant, this was if you where on the 15th floor, like me. There was fence around where your apartment borders on the roof, people put pool ...
Teacher Question: Many teachers seem to use Class Dojo. I'm wondering how I can use it in a Middle School/Junior High setting? Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
Last Thursday...stop number three was Waverly-Shell Rock where I worked for 10 years...Wanted to move back to where I lived and try to coach at a bigger school...walked into Shell Rock elementary and was welcomed by Bob Andrae who was a great man...He yet had the board of education on the wall and used it a time or two...how times change! Jim Hegg was there for me during the tough time and what a great group of people to work with.The kids were also so much fun...spirited but with high expectations.I loved to coach there as well and the teams competed hard and the kids listened to this guy get after them a time or two..who could forget Jay Llewellyn breaking his shoulder running back a kickoff in practice after telling the players they couldn't tackle him...or if I get this right Chad Briggs running a few bleachers during a Junior High football game start the ball game.I hope you BB players are practicing those free throws because you could never beat the coach! Then they asked me to start the Elementary ...
Did you know? The Town of Munford can trace its origins to the early 1850’s when the Mt. Zion Methodist Episcopal Church moved to the current site of the Munford Presbyterian Church in downtown Munford. Soon afterward, a small unplanned village grew-up around the growing Methodist church that would officially be named "Mt. Zion" after the Post Office opened there in 1856. The Methodist church was not Mt. Zion's only claim to distinction. The young town was the home to the Tipton Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons founded in 1853 which is the second oldest Masonic Lodge in Tipton County. For many years, Mt. Zion was the home of the Memphis District High School (also once known as the Dyersburg District High School) that was operated by the Memphis Conference of the Methodist Church. This fine educational institution was later leased and then purchased by the Tipton County Board of Education. This school is the forerunner of the present Munford Elementary, Junior High and High Schools. In 1874 Mt. Zion's Pos ...
HOLY COW! Watching WCL this morning, saw Mr. Korkis promoting his book, The Vault of Walt. He was the Drama Teacher at Huntington Intermediate School, where I went to Junior High ! He was always a disney geek :)
Message from Jim: Thanks to everyone for the birthday wishes! I'm overwhelmed...friends dating back to Junior High, as it was known then ("Turn Back the Clock", indeed!), High School, UCLA, Universal Studios, My continuing adventures in Voice-Over, Fans of the Stephanie Miller show.as George Harrison once sang , "It's all too much for me to take." or as Clarence said in "It's a Wonderful Life"."No man is a failure who has friends" Thanks again xoxoxo-Jim.
I want to say thanks to all my eighth-graders who came to their first annual Class Night last night: Steven Randall Wash, Sergio Mendez, Austin Brozio, Brittany Paige, Brooke Fowler, Krashanda Pruitt, Tristan Lane Barreda, Brent Slack, Mason Helms, Tyler Eberhart, Sabrina Paige Hitchcock, Breann Hayes, Logan Arredondo, Kris Goosby, Christopher Clayton, and Dakota Henderson. Ruhama Junior High will miss you all!!
Congratulations to our Noble Knights of the Week for May 13-17: Junior High: Cameron Rose Senior High: Tori Meyer Thank you for illustrating Respect, Responsibility, and Personal Best!!
To all my fellow AJ Junior High students, I just talked to Mr Matt Devlin. He is now the principal at my daughters junior High School. He looks exactly the same and is as awesome as ever!
I Really Didn't Know What I Wanted To Be When I Grew Up. My Father was a Marine, and My Cousin was a Sheriff. I even thought about Being a Fireman... I Guess I Chose Acting -So I Could Be WhatEver, And WhoEver I Wanted To Be. I did the Typical Acting Classes through-out Junior High and High School, Even took some Workshops in College. But Decided to Try and Be a 'Grown-Up', and Get a 'Real Job'. While Grinding Away My Days In A Cubicle, I Satisfied My Need To Perform By Singing -In Bars. I was Quickly Labeled 'The ShowTune Guy', and was Urged to Compete in the Karaoke Contest Circuit. After Years of Traveling from Los Alamitos to San Diego, and Los Angeles to Soboba, Singing "Music Of The Night", "Jekyll & Hyde", and "Officer Krupke"... A Friend Handed Me A Drama-Louge. He Was a Judge at 1 of the Contests I was Competing in. He had Circled an Audition Notice for "Bram Stoker's Dracula", and HighLighted the Role of 'Renfield'. So, I Left Work Early that Night in 1998, and Went to the Costa Mesa Civic Pla ...
Mothers Who Love By Brian Bill 1 Thessalonians 2:7-8 On this day that we honor mothers, its good for us to think about how much you really do. Being a mother is not a walk in the park... By the time a child reaches 18, a mother has had to handle some extra 18,000 hours of child-generated work. In fact, women who never have children enjoy the equivalent of an extra three months a year in leisure time! A Junior High science teacher lectured on the properties of magnets for an entire class. The next day he gave his students a quiz. The first question read like this: "My name begins with an "M," has six letters, and I pick things up. What am I?" Half the kids in the class wrote, "Mother." That reminds me of the father who was trying to explain the concept of marriage to his 4-year-old daughter. He got out their wedding album, thinking visual images would help, and explained the entire wedding service to her. When he was finished, he asked if she had any questions. She pointed to a picture of the wedding party ...
I just love old pictures of Rock Lake Pool. The group of pictures are great. Even one of kids I went to Junior High with. Wow! Growing up in Charleston in the 60's was not a bad thing.
Wishing Addi K. Henry and the other Arcadia Loup city qualifiers the very best at the Junior High state track meet today in Gothenburg! Throw far and run fast!
Morgan McComb - If there IS a present day Congressman who reminds of Andy Jackson from Tennessee - who became our seventh President of the United States (1829–1837) - It's Congressman Trey Gowdy from South Carolina. It's NOT in the Southern drawl, but it's in WHAT he says and what I have studied of President Jackson. I had some great Teachers in Junior High and High School, and that is the reason I remember so much of "What" they taught me! Andy Jackson was one of my Seventh Grade heroes. Thanks for the photo, Morgan! Just HAD to "bring it forth!!!" -Charles
Junior High original production of sketch comedy based on Detroit artists from 1920 to the present day, includes music, dance and drama
You know, I wonder if the Janitor is staying after hours, because the art he is creating on the white boards in a Junior High cafeteria must take a lot of time to produce. Wouldn't want to see someone get canned because...
Why is it they never do Elementary School and Junior High that would be fun
An Open Letter to My Single Friend, My story is not every girl's but it's mine. I've never been "the girl with the boyfriend, " the one who gets asked out a lot and has choices. Nope. Not. Me. As long as I can remember I've ached for him (embarrassingly so in Junior High). In 5th grade I remember standing outside on our cul de sac around dusk wondering if he would come? At thirty-seven, I am sill that girl on the inside left wondering. Only now I know "he" is the face of the longing, a symbol of what my heart aches for.
7th graders from Junior High are now members of the National Society
The National Junior Honor Society at S-C Junior High will have a blood drive 3 to 7 pm Friday in the FEMA building at the junior high,
TMZs Harvey Levin obviously didn't have many friends as a teenager. It's good to see he's finally the leader of his new Junior High group.
I fell pretty stupid for going to all of the Junior High dances and only going to 3 of the High School dances
I'll always have respect for Kahlil and John Thompson , I looked up to those guys in Junior High for basketball .
Junior High golf team takes third place in Mustang The GJHS Lady Jays golf team took third place in the Mustang...
Earl Clark looks like some Junior High School player on the court last couple of weeks. Can't wait return.
This past Saturday 3/9/2013 was the annual teen conference held at First Baptist Church Bridgeport Mi. WHAT A BLESSING! It blessed my heart to see Junior High and Senior High students make the commitment to BE. What God is calling you to be. My prayer for each one is that they will stand firm on their commitment and remain uncompromising. Pastor *** Dase.
A big thanks to Saddleback Church for having us out at their Junior High event last night. 1000 kids showed up in 50 degree weather, and still lined up at our truck! Today we will be at Dana Point Harbor for the Polynesian Cultural event, Tustin High School Volleyball and Foothill High School Volleyball.
The Southeast High School Rodeo Association will hold there annual Rodeo Competition this weekend at Lamar Dixon Expo Center. Starting this Friday Night at 7pm with the junior high classes. Students from all over the State will compete in many events such as, Barrel Racing,goat tyeing,Bull Riding,Bronc Riding,Break away roping,and much more. Aaron Roach a Local competitor from Prarieville will be in the mix of things as she will compete against some of the best from the State. She has been in the High School Rodeo for 4 years and has done well for herself. She says that,"The biggest thing they look forward to is the National Championships in Wyoming later in the year. Aaron says they train year round for there events and compete in about 30 shows a year. Never missing any school but training everyday rain or shine. Aaron has been big into Barrel Racing and Roping, placing in the top 10 last year and hopes to do well this year. We also had the opertunity to talk to one of the Junior High members and a name ...
MCS Evening of Honor. We've been so blessed on the road that God placed Jake on for his Junior High years. He'll miss his 8th grade graduation from this amazing school because of a "tour" with his Saddleback Church worship band to Dallas Texas in June. God has truly blessed us with a school leadership team that lives out the call: "to be overseer's, entrusted with God's work" Titus 1:7
This week has flown by! It's been hectic, but good... Monday night, Cam had a choir concert (which was amazing!!), Tuesday was open house at the Junior High, last night was Garrett's track meet (he finished 2nd in the pole vault and 2nd in one of his relays!!) Now, for the last day if school before SPRING BREAK!! Come on 3:00!!! ~
CPA concert will be Monday night, March 11th, at the HS cafeteria. There will be a $1 charge for this concert. We ask you all to be supportive of this as it will help build up our general fund a little and help with upcoming trips. Please keep in mind how much we pay to get in to ball games, movies, eating out etc... and that most years we don't charge to get into concerts. With the Disney trip and other choir needs, we need to charge for this one. Also keep in mind that unlike sports events, your child will never be warming the bench in choir, you will be paying to see your child perform. Also we would like to do a bake sale at this concert. We have an upcoming Junior High trip and we would like to help the kids by bringing down the cost of this trip a little. They are not going to be able to sell the candy bars like we had planned. I know this is a little short notice but we just found out this week that they couldn't sell the candy bars. We need parents and grandparents to provide baked good f ...
what do you know about basketball? Wasn't Larry Holmes our basketball coach in Junior High?
So I saw a post about "kids bugging you for a new phone?" and that made me think about how I used to bug phones (and a lot of other things) including one memorable day with my cousin Dave Cole. Remember that day Cathy Cole Bosscher? Cassette tape recorder, some wire, a resistor and our trusty Radio Shack 150 in 1 Electronics kits. My Junior High School library had a book about electronic surveillance that included schematics -- best find ever for a Junior High geek :)
OCEAN TIDE POOLS The Marine Science Institute leads a student expedition along the California Coast. Pools left behind by the receding tide reveal fascinating marine creatures. It's a delicate ecosystem affected by climate change and rising sea levels. The Sandhill Crane, a species that goes back 40 million years, is the most abundant crane species in the world. But the Greater Sandhill Crane is endangered. A preserve in Central California is working to restore their population. Arbor Day Farm in Nebraska is a place to celebrate the wonder of trees, from the discovery ride through the orchards, to the 50-foot high tree house. The farm is also developing a hazelnut hybrid to introduce as a green biodiesel crop. Plus, the winner Of Planet Connect Teen Video contest. DVD / 2012 / (Junior High - Senior High) / 20 minutes FROM THE OCEAN TIDES Gravity from the moon creates ocean tides on earth that go out two times a day, every day of the year. This effect of the moons gravity on the oceans can be ha ...
Here Comes The Boom is not a great movie but I did like enough of it to recommend it. I mean a biology teacher decides to fight in the UFC to save the music department is an interesting premise. The most unbelievable part: Selma Hayek as the school nurse. Would the school nurse really look like Selma Hayek? No way! Chances are you would have a school nurse like the one at Junior High when I was there that even Mr. Prue the gym teacher referred to as having gone to the "Atilia the Hun School of Nursing."
Normally I do not share anything on FB about HOW BAD our Government and other Self Centered Individuals treat our Caregivers, Protectors and Educators in the USA! But tonight I find myself appalled and upset that these folks who basically put their lives on the line each and every day or takes care of others before themselves or their own families, are the very ones that our Government want to cut out of the budget constantly. As part of these amazing, dedicated individuals such as Nurses, LPN's, CNA's, our Fire & Rescue, our Educators in Elementary, Junior High, High School and College, our City, County and State Police and Border Patrol and last but not least our Military, whether they are on active duty, reserves, retired, finished their tour of duty or those who were wounded in battle to make our country safe or taking care of our love ones, so we can sleep easier at night! It is truly appalling that these very people who truly take care of our country, are the least appreciated, and the ones who re . ...
Junior High picked up 2 Ws tonight as well; defeated Pleasant Valley 10-0 and Saks 11-4
I. M. Terrell High School - In 1882, the Fort Worth school system opened its first free public school for black students, called "East Ninth Street Colored School." It was moved to the corner of East Twelfth Street and Steadman in a property trade with the Fort Worth and Denver Railroad in 1906, and renamed "North Side Colored School No. 11." Isaiah Milligan Terrell was named principal and served until 1915. A 1909 bond election provided funds for a new building, which opened in May 1910. In honor of its former principal, the school was named "I.M. Terrell High School" in 1921. The school at twelfth and Steadman became a Junior High and Elementary in 1938, when Terrell High School was moved to its present location at 1411 E. 18th Street, site of a former white elementary school. Isaiah Milligan Terrell was born in Grimes County in 1859. Named one of the first four black teachers in Fort Worth in 1882, he served as principal and supervisor of black schools. He was married in 1883 to Marcelite Landry, a res ...
• February has been another outstanding month at Wilson ISD. Basketball has ended and track season is upon us. The first track meets are this week and things look promising for our athletes. This week’s meet will be in Klondike on Thursday, February 28th for Junior High and Friday, March 1 for High School. • Our technology classes are going well with our students learning Microsoft Office including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint by utilizing a site called GCFLearnFree.org. This site has tutorials on how to utilize these products and how to maximize these programs to their potential. Mr. Stokes is instructing students how to weld. Students are also working in the greenhouse when the weather permits. Mr. Stokes traveled with students to represent Wilson at the San Antonio Stock Show. • Wilson hosted an Open House on February 12th. Many members of the community were present. Our students enjoyed showing off their classrooms to their parents. The teachers had an opportunity to share st ...
Chapter 1 : Diary Of An Agents Sister September 1 Tuesday Today was my first day at Johannesburg Academy, a prep school for Junior High and High School students. It’s one of those drab schools in the middle of nowhere that looks beautiful in the brochures. But then, doesn’t everything? I mean, don’t get me wrong, the school is amazing—if you like perfectly cubical buildings with no windows. It’s supposed to be super safe though: smack-dab in the middle of the country, top-secret location, (not even kidding. I don’t even know where it is. I was flown in by a helicopter with no windows) half the staff are ex-government agents or employees, there’s self defense classes taught standard, and, to top it all off, secret passages, rooms, and bunkers, all fire, nuclear weapon, and insect proof, in case of emergency. There is one way into the school: the front (bulletproof) door. Well, at least that I know of. Of course, I was told before I came that there are emergency escape routes, should the need ...
Check out this short quote that *should* be from History (i.e., in a Junior High text book), but that I guarantee not a one of you will have ever seen nor heard of before (unless you are friends of Jeff Mincey and just saw it today!). "I spent thirty-three years and four months in active service in the country's most agile military force, the Marines. I served in all ranks from second lieutenant to major general. And during that period I spent most of my time being a high-class muscle man for big business, for Wall Street, and for the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism. "I suspected I was just part of a racket at the time. Now I am sure of it. Like all members of the military profession I never had an original thought until I left the service. My mental faculties remained in suspended animation while I obeyed the orders of the higher-ups. This is typical with everyone in the military service. "Thus I helped make Mexico, and especially Tampico, safe for American oil interests i ...
Completely exhausted after a very long day. Paige & I were in Kenesaw by 7:30 this morning for her last Junior High basketball games all day, got home about 4:00 this afternoon, let her take a very quick shower & had her & the other 8th graders in Kearney for a movie by 4:45 (pretty sure they had a great time) & then got home about 8:00 tonight & went to a nice quiet supper ALONE with the hubby! Great day, but a very exhausting day!! Now to get ready for the Daytona 500 tomorrow! Should be a little more relaxing! Go DALE JR!!!
Junior High students...meet the challenge! The Junior High faculty WILL be dressing up every day this coming week...let's unwind a bit before the ISAT craziness arrives on March 4. Monday - Dress for Success Day - look the part, be sharp! Kudos to any young lady who can pull of the 80's 'Working Girl' theme of a blouse w/giant shoulder pads, pencil skirt, and tennis shoes! Any guys planning on a suit & tie? You'll see the male teachers dressed that way! Tuesday - Nerd Day - I'm not sure many of you will have to try to hard to do this ;-) J/K...Lambda Lambda Lambda FTW! Wednesday - Favorite Book Character Day - The JH teachers are VERY ready for this...the surprise is planned ;-) Thursday - College Day - You'll see a mix of Parkland, U of I, ISU, EIU, IWU, and a few other school shirts on the faculty...do you have a family member who can loan you a shirt? Friday - Class Colors Day - Every grade has a color assigned - stand up, be proud!
So ready for this weekend to be over. Getting these Girls ready to meet Mindless Behavior is a job in itself. My phone is blowing up from Moms & their daughters plus I spent the past couple of days at the Junior High selling & giving away tickets. I'M TIRED! Going to get a pedicure with my Girls.
HOLY MOTHER! I just got a notice from lexi's school that next year there is no 6th grade.they go to the Junior High! I'm not ready for Junior High! No no no no! I think a few friends can relate! Reylynn Purdue Brandon Chreene Brad Lownes Caitlin Freeman Cyndi Perry Talia Jordan
Reminder: GC Registration Day Set for Saturday, February 23 Just a reminder that Gloucester Catholic will host Registration Day for incoming Junior High and Senior High students at the school on Saturday, February 23, from 9:00 a.m.-Noon. Financial aid, scholarship applications, and busing and transportation information will be available while signups for sports and extra-curricular activities will also take place. Uniform company representatives will also be on hand. We hope that you will become a member of our Gloucester Catholic High School "family", and we look forward to seeing you!! If you have any questions please contact Mr. Powers at tpowersor (609) 634-3381.
So excited about Nick Beastmode Talamo's first Junior High baseball game this evening! Geaux Wildcats!
I was reading in the Fargo Forum obituaries this morning and saw that Michael Winston Holden passsed away February 2nd in Fargo. Mike had a brother Nick Holden who was from the VCHS Class of 1971 I believe. Nick was a starting guard for the Hi-Liner basketball team. Mike attended Junior High in Valley City at the same time as me. He later moved with his family to Page, ND. I remember one story about Mike. We were in 8th grade basketball and the coach I believe it was Don "Stretch" Thompson, tall guy that also taught shop class at VCHS told Mike to go and get a haircut because his hair was to long. So Mike went and got a hair cut and came back the next day to practice with a real butch job. Craig Drescher who was still living in Valley City at the time came up with the nickname "Nubs" and it stuck. From then on we all called Mike "Nubs". In the obituary it stated Mike had a great sense of humor and liked to make people laugh. He sure made people laugh that day after he got that haircut and was a very good ...
The Jewish years. As a Reform Jew (the least observant in the Reform, Conservative, Orthodox branches of American Jewry), our religious education was made up of Sunday School, Hebrew school instruction and Bar Mitzvah lessons. The Jewish years coincided with my Junior High jail sentence so you understand that they did not happen under rosy skies. In October 1962, I might have been in Hebrew School and Junior High, but events were happing nearby and in San Francisco which I was following with a passion. My New York Yankees were playing the San Francisco Giants in the World Series. All of us in class had these little transistor radios of the day plugged into our ears and our Hebrew teacher, Rabbi Lief was complimenting us on our attention and decorum. At the time, he was oblivious to the fact that we were ignoring every word he said and listening to a baseball game being played 3,000 miles away. Willie McCovey came to bat, Willie Mays on deck. There were runners on second and third and the Yankees squeezin ...
Good luck to all those competing at Junior High districts tomorrow... Who are you rooting for ?
FFHM MISSIONARY WHO HAS LIVED A VERY FULFILLING LIFE History of Ministry Eleanor Evangeline Ignell was born on October 17, 1927 in Barron County, Wisconsin. When she was 11 years old, her parents moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota. There they attended the Philadelphia Church for the 15 years they were there. Eleanor participated in singing groups and taught Sunday School. In 1953, after her mother died, her father, sister and her moved to Seattle, Wa. There they became members of the Philadelphia Church. Eleanor taught Junior High girls for many years, and many of them have gone on to be missionaries and pastor’s wives. In 1958 she was asked to be secretary to pastor Roy Johnson. She held this position until April 1962. Jon Cowpersmith ministered to Indians in Canada. Later he went to Cuba and spent 3 years there and came back in July of 1961. Jon and Eleanor were married in December 1961. In July 1962 they arrived in Tijuana to teach in a Bible School. Many of the students have become pastors, and one stu ...
By Terry Mosher Editor, Sports Paper A week from today (January 17), coaching will come to a close for Tommy Thompson, ending a long run for the Central Kitsap Junior High basketball coach. On that day, Thompson’s CK Cubs boy’s team will host Ridgetop Junior High in a three o’clock game and then the former CK athlete will walk away into the sunset. Well, maybe not the sunset. The last time he was contacted by this reporter he was where he spends a lot of time – on the golf course. Thompson is 65 now and you would think his golf swing would have slowed down some and his scores would have soared by now. Wrong. Thompson plays to a three-handicap. It was 33 years ago (1979-80 basketball) season that Thompson became the head boy’s basketball coach at CK Junior High. The school opened in 1959 and since them there have been just four boys’ basketball coaches – Clarence Hedstrom, Jim Lindberg, Howard Thoemke and then Thompson. That’s quite a remarkable feat in itself. In today’s c ...
Saturday night was at this real wild party They had the liquor overflowin' the cup, About 5 or 6 strippers trying to work for a buck And I took one girl outside with me, Her name was Autumn, she went to Junior High with me, I said, "Why you up in there dancing for cash? I guess a whole lots changed since I seen you last."
Aloha and Good Evening, This evening, I found an interesting message from a friend of mine and it really touched my heart and I am going to forward this message to all of you. Any information or organization that can help or anything,this will be greatly appreciated by all, especially the school and students: My dear from is Misdee Fromrop, known this wonderful lady since Junior High and what she doing for her students and school, is a remarkable thing. Here is here her message: Hello - I am a High School event catering teacher in Fountain Valley -- I am looking for donations of linen, out dated or no longer used glassware, plate-ware, coffee cups, mix matched equipment, old unwanted trays and so on.our class is new and we have little or no budget for such items -- I have a tax-id number for the donation if you are interested in helping kids in need prepare for work in the Hospitality field.I thank you in advance for your time and consideration in this matter. In August 2012 she went to a restaurant foo . ...
Took my gorgeous boys there Valentine's to school... Went to the Junior High for Jacob Resendez first he sees me and grabs the stuff, "okay thanks love you bye" Went to tender for Peter he comes running down the hall with his arms spread open yelling mommy! mommy! mommy! and runs into my arms... wish they could stay small forever...
Announcements Thursday, February 14, 2013 The Ranger Mine is closed today. It will be open tomorrow. Congratulations to the Knowledge Bowl teams for placing: 3rd-Seniors, 6th-Sophomores, 16th-Juniors this was out of 30 teams. There is a Junior High (grades 7-9) dance tonight, Feb 14th 6:30 to 9:00 pm. Regular admission is $4; if you have had one behavior report since the last dance (on January 21st) admission is $5; if you have had more than one behavior report since the Jan 21st dance, you are not allowed to attend this dance. Remember outside food or beverages are not allowed into the dance. This dance is sponsored by Tennis. The student council would like students to participate in a “Pennies for Cancer Patients of Minnesota” fundraiser competition. Starting today and until the end of February, students can donate their change or dollar bills to their grade’s glass jar in the office. The winning class will receive donuts and juice during 1st hour. If you are a senior and are a ...
Once upon a time, there was an awkward, troubled little girl who just started Junior High. She didn't have many friends, and the ones she did have, tended to abandon her and come back quite frequently. Everyday this girl would see this boy who was 2 grades above her, and she would daydream about him. She'd get jealous when she saw him and his girlfriend talking in the hallway. She knew she would never be with him, or even be noticed by him, but that didn't stop her from dreaming. He was beautiful. He was cool. Everyone knew him, everyone loved him. He had long hair and torn clothes. He was just a young troubled girl's dream guy. One day, his girlfriend got in a car accident. She died 4 days before Christmas. He blamed himself for not being there to protect her. He tried to drink himself to death, but it didn't work. He became a drunk, and was also constantly stoned, to get rid of the heartache. He hated himself. She wanted to help him, but what could she do? She was just some little girl with a desperate ...
Comin' up -- STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS for our Junior High and JV wrestlers! Go Joe, Mo, Butter, Matt, Xander, and Devin!
So. My bff says: "You get what you earn." As I was walking out of the gym from Junior High/6th Grade Volleyball Practice, there was this group of boys, two of which were "boxing" on top of the snow hill. As soon as they saw me, pof! they split, all of them ran, too bad I didn't have my cop uniform on.
What does it say about today's kids when I am researching Lincoln Logs, Legos, and Erector Sets for use with my Junior High kids because they are struggling with the basic Shop projects that we have done for years?
I heard Titus Young was telling his old Junior High coach he's already a HOF pope.
I've been listening to it since I was in Junior High. My older brother and I would listen to it together when he used to drive me to school.
Yes, we have that as well. However, Junior High School ended in 8th grade for us.
Congratulations to both the 7th grade and the 8th grade volleyball teams on their big wins against Watseka tonight! All of the girls played great! I was also quite impressed by all of the 8th grade Rube Goldberg Contraptions on display tonight at the Junior High. I know all of the students worked very *** their projects, and it was wonderful to see the creative minds that our students have. We are so lucky to have Mr. Daron Johnson teaching and coaching our students. He is a remarkable teacher and coach, and an even more remarkable human being! I love my job and the people I am lucky enough to work with every day!
Do you remember the pair of shoes you just had to have when you were in Junior High? For me it was the Canvas Nike shoes with the Blue Swoosh... What was yours?
Yesterday was a great day. Weatherwise it was perfect, the New Mexico air was cool and crisp, the sun swathed the desert land with it's delightful warmth and the skies were bluer than blue! I headed to Albuquerque and met a dear friend for breakfast! I have carried the sweet memory of her I my heart since our days together in Junior High and we have recently connected! I love the person she became in her adult life, her faith is an inspiration and she is indeed a treasure to all who surround her! My afternoon and evening was spent with my 87 year old Aunt Lydia! She fell in December and fractured her pelvis! Did that stop her? No, she was the "Star" patient in Rehab and she is zig- zagging circles around me with her walker! We spent the afternoon running errands and wore ourselves out and still managed to have dinner at Olive Garden! Life is good to those who work at it!
Omgosh!! Some may not know that I stinkin love movies, especially heart wrenching, life changing movies when you see them for the first time, like Wizard of Oz for the 1st time when I was 4 or Dirty Dancing in Junior High and the promise to name our boys Tristan after Legends of the Fall with Christina Wachter & Ben Lopez in High School or after Titanic & my heart breaking for my Chris Robertson and now another beautiful heart aching night while I sang & cried with Melissa Cairns now that I have seen Les Miserable! I didnt even know anything anout the story so it was breath taking and I am once again a touched & changed girl! So cheese ball yes I am but at 11:48 on a Wed most of you should be asleep anyhoo! My heart will sing me off to sleep now and I'll probably be singing anytime I talk for the next week, well I know my babies & my oldie but goodie patients will love it so for now good night! I'm totally singing even in my post! I love it! Does anyone really read this long of posts? I totally wouldn't!!
You never think or know it will happen in your small town:(- local Junior High-8 blocks from us-now on lock down-people with rifles spotted??? :(:(
When I was Junior High, I struggled with my self-esteem, confidence and social life. I felt like I had no friends at times and often questioned God on why I was left out so much. Well after being the 7th grade girl leader for Disciple Now this weekend, I have realized why God made me go through that. Some of my girls opened up to me about struggling with the exact same things, and I was able to relate to them and encourage them. I was able to say that as bad as things seem right now, God has purpose for them. It only took me a few years to realize God's purpose for that hard time in my life. Now I know why. God works in amazing, mysterious ways. :)
Yeah... I think I bought this at Village Records in Junior High..
The CSCSEagles will close out its regular season play Friday night when they take on Trinity of Oxford at home. The Oxford team defeated the Eagles earlier this year. The game Friday night begins at 5 p.m. with all the Junior High boys playing first followed by the varsity boys. The girls do not play. The Eagles play Tuesday night at home against Clay County. The Eagles recently defeated Clay. After the regular season ends, the Eagles will look forward to state play in Oxford. The date has not been announced.
After all the votes were in and a careful recounting the results are in for this year's Catholic Schools Week Spirit Competition. In second place is the Juniors with 76 points, and this year's winners are the Seniors with 93! In the Junior High the winners are the 7th grade. Congratulations to all who participated promoting teamwork, creativity, and community at our school! =)
On December 12th, 2012, we hosted our first Annual KDM Kids for Christmas Campaign. The goal, to provide an inner City school with a healthy meal and each child with a Christmas gift box filled with 8 essentials and topped with treats and gifts. KDM is happy to announce that it was an outstanding success! The support we received from associates, friends, family and colleagues was overwhelming. We were elated by their willingness to volunteer their time and the enormous generosity in contributing items or donations, which in turn helped us fill the boxes to overflowing. The meal consisted of Jitter Bee Pancakes; donated by Frank Santiago who helped flip over 300 pancakes, over 400 homemade sausages; donated by D’Arcys Meats and manned by Pierre Lefebvre, juice donated by Superstore, fruit; by members of our staff and fresh individually wrapped shortbread cookies; by Dorothy Haque. As well, we were pleased to provide all the Junior High students with pizza and drinks. All this made possible by many v ...
I need you tonight folks. If you are a Johnson County Democratic Delegate or Alternate, PLEASE brave the cold and give me a few hours of your time. NW Junior High at 6 pm registration starts, convention starts at 7 pm. This is my shot, please help me out. I will pay you back in spades as a great county supervisor. I want to help keep Johnson County the best place to live in Iowa and the Mid-West!
When I was a kid, I was a big fan of George Weah, I was a Milanisti. Time went by, I met Totti, Junior High-the time I became a Romanisti.
I am almost without words right now but I will do my best to express what I am feeling. Today we received a call from the Junior High. Many times when a parent sees the school number come up on caller I.D. we might jump to the conclusion that either your child is sick or in trouble. Luckily, I am blessed with amazing children that don't get in trouble so usually a call from the school is due to illness. Today the call that we received made me so incredibly proud. Our call was from the art teacher. Apparently there is a particular child in 7th grade that has special needs and struggles with the class. He works better when he has someone with him to help him stay on task and with many other students to tend to the teacher needed help. She immediately thought of Evan. (this is where I started blubbering) My sweet Evan. Evan left study hall sat with this child in class and from what the teacher says it went really awesome and the child was very receptive to Evan. She asked Evan if he was willing to ...
The Hogs look like a Junior High team when playing on the road.
The Athens Ministerial is offering shared worship on Sunday to mark the Week of Prayer of Christian Unity at 2:30 pm at the Christian Reformed Church. The clergy made up of Anglican,Baptist, Christian Reformed, Free Methodist, Roman Catholic and United have just made a decision to offer a scholarship for leadership to a graduating High School Student, Junior High and Elementary Student who demonstrates a variety of qualities of spirit. In addition to this service they offer shared worship at Advent, Good Friday, Easter Sunrise & Breakfast, during the local Summer Festival and Remembrance Day. They also offer a Vacation Bible School during July for all the children of the Village and Surrounding area.
My wife doesn't believe me that it's an act of treason to sit with Cole Camp during a sporting event and that she can be hung by the neck until she's dead from the silo at MFA. If you see her tonight at the Junior High basketball game can you please inform her of the Saurkraut act of 1952 and take her with you back to sit with the Lincolnites. I won't be there tonight and she wouldn't listen to me on Monday, I don't know if her sister doesn't know of the repercussions of this act or if there is a rewards system.
I hope what I am about to write comes out as eloquent as it sounds in my mind... Tonight the 7th grade ball team felt defeat. But what I witnessed tonight and all games prior was something I wish all athletes and boys in general could have seen. A 7th AND 8th grade team with dedication and heart. A team who supports one another on and off the court. If someone from another school were to tell me Hauser Jets athletes had bad attitudes and bad sportsmanship I would ask them if they ever watched the Junior High boys? I saw no tears. I saw young men who held their heads high as they congratulated the winners they had previously beat by 20 points. I saw a team who sat in bleachers, while the other grade played, and yelled cheers with my girls to add to our schools team spirit. I told these boys about the crowds that were drawn to our games that were larger than some varsity games. I told them how in future years they have a town that is excited to watch them play. The heart of a champion isn't only in their s ...
Pound Town Sounds will be hosting a Junior High dance at Braykley's Hall (west of Jefferson City @ Centertown) this Friday night. 7 - 10:30 Going to be a good time!!! If you're in the Jefferson City area and are in Junior High, hope to see you there!
CHOIR ALERT! EASTER CHOIR STARTS REHEARSALS ON SUNDAY THE 27TH. YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US. At 4:00 PM this Sunday we will start our Easter Sunday Choir rehearsals. The Choir will be sharing two songs in all services Easter morning. If you sang in the Christmas please be sure to continue with us through Easter. If you didn’t sing at Christmas because of the time commitment this is a perfect chance to be a part of the choir with minimal obligation. The Choir will be learning just two songs to sing in all services on Easter morning. I want to see the Youth Choir join us as well. Junior High ages and up are welcome. Please help us make this Easter Sunday service an awesome worship time. See you soon, Dane Nichols 925-1159
Source of book: My wife owns the entire Anne series. For those of you who have not been following my blog, I participate in an online book club, hosted by my friend Carrie at readingtoknow.com. Here is our 2013 list, with instructions on how to participate if you wish. As usual, I will be picking and choosing which books to read, based on my level of interest, available time, and sunspots. This month’s selection was anything by L. M. Montgomery, picked by Carrie, who is a huge fan of the author. I recommend searching her blog if you want to know more about the author or her books. On to the review! Embarrassing confession time. I had a HUGE crush on Anne of Green Gables in Junior High. I read the first four books multiple times, and watched the movies more times than I wish to recall. In fact, I could say I crushed on Megan Follows in her Anne portrayal as well. As a musician, I was also fond of the Hagood Hardy soundtrack. My string quartet still uses the music from the scene where ...
If you want to get better at something, then you HAVE to find the time to study what it is that you want to improve in your own life. Here's a couple of examples from my own life: Years ago, I used to bowl on a league in Gainesville, GA, until I could no longer afford it. But, every night before my brother and I hit the lanes (we usually bowled on the same time, and the last time that I bowled,our Mom was on our team), I would watch the professional bowlers go at it. I'd play bowling video games. If we got there early enough, I'd watch the bowlers practice, and I'd even talk to them, just to get some insight. It usually helped me out, just by simply observing, and putting in the time to do so. Another thing, I love everything that is drum/cymbal/percussion related. I wanted to play the drums in our Junior High's band, but my Mom wouldn't let me. So, I ended up playing the clarinet, which basically is something that she wanted me to play and I HATED that stupid thing with a passion! But hey, not all drumme ...
Yvette Thunderbull was born on August 9, 1954 in Clinton, OK to Yvonne A. Thunderbull. She passed away on January 18, 2013 in El Reno, OK at the age of 58. Yvette attended Canton and Concho Elementary school, Junior High in Geary, and later received her GED. Yvette’s life took her from Wichita to Oklahoma and Seattle. She worked numerous jobs as a mechanic for Cessna and for Berry Tractor; was a welder in OKC; and as a custodial engineer; as the dispatcher for the Geary Police Dept. She retired in Geary to care for her mother, Yvonne Pemberton. Yvette attended the Geary Indian Baptist Church. Yvette lived her life to the fullest and was loved by everyone. She will be missed. Survivors Include: her sons: Anthony Thunderbull of Norman, OK, and Mike Thunderbull of Gilroy, CA, her mother, Yvonne Pemberton of Geary, OK, 3 grandchildren: Noah, Evan, and Kierah Nicole Thunderbull, siblings: Brian Thunderbull, Jean Thunderbull, Carol Richey, Zella Peka, Jim Boy Thunderbull, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, ...
Week 12 Jan 22- 26 You can have results or you can have your excuses. You cannot have both." – Unknown After a great ski trip and skiing on the Birkie trail we have no place to practice! Elm Creek is not available for us to practice all week due to meets. Please be flexible and be ready for anything. Looking ahead- Next Monday will be our first away meet at Wirth Park in Minneapolis. It’s the JV conference meet. Everyone who isn’t on the conference team (in the top 10) will race. All skiers will go. Conference skiers will practice at Wirth. Details on Thursday. Tuesday- 2:50 Senior High skiers park at beach. We will be skiing on the Northern lights. If worried be on rock skis or school skis. It will be cold, so it’s very important to be on time so we can get started right away. We will ski to 4:00. you can wax after skiing if you want. (could wax before practice also, but don’t miss practice!) Junior High skiers go to the High School for an indoor practice. Pasta Party Tuesday, 1/22 ...
Gentleman of Leisure Report, Day 306: Day 10 of Karen being away. I locked the cat in the kitchen cupboards yesterday, and now he's being way too quiet. Wait. We don't own a cat. I may be going MAD.! Spent this morning watching the Inauguration and getting all nostalgic. See, there was a time when I was the top Civics student in my Junior High in Cucamonga. I get all mushy at 'Official' Government displays like this. All the anachronistic pomp just gets to me. Halfway through I remembered that I had written a nice piece about the Obama's first inauguration, and that I had just rescued it from the newspaper blog. So I paused the speech - pausing live TV, I'm still kinda giddy that we can do that nowadays - and spruced the piece up a bit, added a picture, and posted it. After the ceremony (loved the poem) I re-started a project the got derailed a few days ago: Checking off all of the stories that I have posted on Angus-Land. Thankfully on the iMac you can color-code files, so I blanked everything in The Tru ...
Big weekend for CJC – We would like to thank, chairperson’s Rene Bernard and Carla Killinger for hosting our CJC Jr High Fest at Indian Hills Junior High on Saturday. Also a big thank you to the section clinicians, Wayne Page, Dave Kobberdahl, Myron Peterson, Chris Strohmaier, Jon Lewis and to the 15 participating Junior High bands and their directors. OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES BY ALL! We would also like to thank Bob Start, chairperson for our CJC Big band and all his featured guests performing on Sunday for CJC’s “FEATURING LOCAL JAZZ EDUCATORS DAY. Thank you, James Romain, Dave Camwell, Paul Bridson, Scott Davis, Doug Bown, Pat Oswald, Bruce Martin and Clayton Murphy, for making it such a GREAT afternoon for the enthusiastic audience. OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES BY ALL!
Ity and Fancy Cat to perform in MoBay Contributed 18/01/2013 14:00:00 This Sunday, January 20, 2013, the Christmas Term Events Management students of the University of the West Indies (UWI) Open Campus in Montego Bay, will stage a comedy fest for charity under the theme ‘Laugh for Charity’. This will be held at the Donway Village on Gloucester Avenue (Hip Strip) starting at 6 p.m. The event will feature the dynamic comedy duo Ity and Fancy Cat as the main act. Other performances will range from local comedy act Dwight ‘Elmo’ Samuels and Friends, to cultural pieces from student performers. ‘Laugh for Charity’ was conceptualized with an aim of giving back to the community, and so has identified Farm Primary and Junior High as the beneficiary of the proceeds. Farm Primary and Junior High is located in Green Pond, suburban Montego Bay. The institution has suffered from a lack of functional computers for a number of months now, which is an important learning tool. They also have leaking roofs, and ...
Hi Everyone: Everyone has been so wonderful reaching out asking about arrangements for my father in law. Below is the obituary for Bernie and details. Wonderful man and he will be misssed!! Rensselaer-Bernard P. McCauley, age, 78 years of Rensselaer passed away Wednesday January 16, 2013 at Evergreen Commons. He was born in Albany and was raised in Rensselaer. Bernie was employed as a teacher for the East Greenbush Central School District, teaching English and Social Studies at Junior High and Reading at Junior High School and Columbia High School. He was a US Air Force veteran serving from February of 1954 to February 1956. Mr. McCauley was a communicant of St. John The Evangelist and St. Joseph Church in Rensselaer attending St. Joseph’s Church for many years and serving as a Eucharistic Minister, Lector and Bereavement Committee member of the church. Bernie was a member of the East Greenbush Teachers Association and the St. John’s Church Drum and Bugle Corp. Husband of Marilyn Browoson McCauley of ...
COMING THIS SUNDAY: January 20, 2013 “Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Unitarians” Did you know that Martin Luther King considered becoming a Unitarian but he thought he could not fulfill his ministry in our denomination. How do we need to transform in order to be the denomination Dr. King would choose for his ministry? Service starts at 10:30 AM. FROM THE REGAL CORNER: This week the Butterflies (Pre-K) learn that everyone is beautiful. The Sacred Travelers (K-5) start their workshops on Clara Barton. The Coming of Age class will be learning about prayer and the High School class will be discussing humility. We are having an orientation for the Coming of Age youth mentors in the Junior High classroom after services from 12:30-1:30. In adult religious education, Roots, Part 3: Glimpses of Unitarian Universalist History, will be meeting in the Senior High School room from 12:30-1:30. As always, people are invited downstairs for social hour after the service at our 'Cottonwood Cafe'.
Great job to Chase and all of the Junior High and Varsity Lewisburg Green Dragon wrestlers tonight versus Bloomsburg. You guys all wrestled hard. Chase pinned his opponent in the third period.
25th reunion in October for the AHS class of 88. All who can remember back to 9th grade. My solid band, Scmitar, fronted by Bobby Dodge, played a lunchtime gig at the Junior High. Tim Duclos, Mike Nicora also partnered in this power band. Short lived gig, musical egos, excessive partying, and jobs broke this promising group up. 28 years later, rumors are flying of a reunion gig at the 25th with some special guests...One time only reunion...
Fairfield Show Choirs crowned Grand Champs at First Competition By Corey Bagford, Fairfield Senior Snapshot Intern All three Fairfield show choirs returned home from their first competition of the year with trophies to spare. The groups made the trip to the Crete-Monee Spectacular in Crete, IL and represented Fairfield and the state of Ohio in an excellent manner. Rhythm Express swept the Junior High division, winning all caption awards and were named Grand Champion. Tyler Moore won best soloist for the division as well. Pure Elegance won the Unisex division, also sweeping caption awards, Lizzy Brueggeman won best soloist, and Pure Elegance achieved a spot in the finals. They placed fifth overall. The Choraliers won Best Vocals, Best Combo, and Best Tech Crew in preliminaries and were eventually crowned Grand Champions in finals, beating out the Mt. Zion (Illinois) Swingsations for the title. Senior Jordan Quisno also won the male solo competition on Saturday with his performance of "Lost in the Wildernes ...
Today I took a Speed-Reading training class. I was a bit skeptical about whether it would work or not but thought I'd give it a try. The average person apparently reads about 100-150 words per minute (which isn't very fast) with a 40-50% or less comprehension/retention level. My baseline test put me at 210 words per minute with a comprehension level of 60% (I'm a pretty distracted reader oft times, and find myself having to read things over a couple times or more before it sinks in)... Anyway, by the end of today's class (which was just an overview of all the techniques to use in speed reading and then a series of speed tests), my reading rate had increased to almost 450 words per minute with 100% comprehension level. It was amazing. I remember one of my teachers in Junior High--my typing teacher, I think--trying to teach us this same technique. I didn't really pay attention then. It was outside of my comfort zone. It was still outside of my comfort zone today, but I'm more acquainted with discomfor ...
Pike Valley is fundraising to provide pre-school classes at the Elementary / Junior High in Courtland. Currently...
bro! I've got a friend that was a Physical Education major and he just graduated, now he's coaching at our local Junior High.
Many teams playing this weekend! All three U-12 teams are at West Valley Freshman Campus this Sunday at our Block & Awe tournament. U-13, U-14, & U-15 Gold are at Power League in Seattle. U-14 Black is in Leavenworth. U-16 Gold & Black will be in Selah Sunday. If you are in town, head on out to West Valley Freshman Campus or Selah High School or Junior High to watch some volleyball! Good luck everyone!
do you guys remember the full house episode where Stephanie had to wait till Junior High to get her ears pierced
My alma mater, Arab City Schools, is maybe the first school system in North Alabama to implement armed security guards at it's schools. I've seen them while I've been dropping my son off at the Junior High. How do you feel about this idea? The story tonight on WAFF 48 News at 10.
I promised to be more patient; I promised to not get wound up over things. I tried SO hard,, I really did. But I caved last night. With my latest issue of Golf Digest on my reading table, the clubs, the shoes, the gloves, the balls, the Junior High golf squad rescue kit, everything; it all came out of the cave and unto the family room carpet. Forgive me Cathy Schluter, for I have succumbed to weakness!
Here it is Monday morning the start of a brand new and glorious work week I ll probably get sent home though that means baby sitting duty one more day while kids are out of school but since they were up to 4:00 A.M. this shouldnt be that big a problem they wont wake up untill sometime after 1:00 P.. M. today. I myself never stayed up past 9:00 untill I was in Junior High and neather did my brother. We never had a bed time we just did it ,and I was probably 14 or 15 before I started staying up all night . All of us guys used to tell our parents we were spending the night at Loy's house on the weekends . I rember Mrs. Petty bless her soul would come in the room in the morning and say Loy I didnt know the boys spent the nigh and then cook us all breakfast !! We actually hadnt really spent the night we all kind of did our own thing and snook in Loys window one or two at a time as the night went on . POOR MRS PETTY!! She and Mr. Petty sure put up with a lot from us guys !! GOD BLESS THEM!!
In case you didnt know! Justin Manning is a local southern CA rocker born and raised Los Angeles and is currently one of the founding members and lead guitarist for the heavy metal band Crowned By Fire. This shredder started his musical journey as a drummer at the age of 10 and became the "First Chair" drummer in his Junior High marching band and local school band. He always inspired to be a guitarist and it was not until the age of 12 when he received a red and white Fender Stratocaster for Christmas from his father. Not knowing where to begin playing guitar, Justin used his knowledge of reading drum music to incorporate it into his guitar playing, a distinct signature to his rhythm playing still heard to this day. He listened to records from the likes of Guns N Roses, Van Halen and Ozzy Ozbourne and learned playing the solos off the records by creating music patterns and on many occasion played guitar with his friends to gain more experience. At around this time, he met a graduate of Musicians Institute ...
Second place for the Junior High at the Indian Creek tourny. Gregory with a 1st period fall in the finals. The boys all wrestled for the team getting bonus points all day. Alex with a first period fall over a returning state placer in the finals of the Shadyside tourny and being name Most Outstanding Wrestler for the second year.yesterday was a good day.
Meeting today at 5:30pm to talk about some big all-youth events and decisions that are quickly coming up such as the President’s Day Steak Dinner in February, other potential fund-raisers, a possible shift in the way we provide supper for the youth, the Junior High possibly moving to Wednesday nights, the summer mission trip, how to get more youth involved in the planning process, etc. I don’t anticipate this meeting lasting longer than 1 ½ hours. This meeting is not just for discussion—we will be making decisions. ALL are welcomed and encouraged to attend. Thanks, and please continue to pray for our youth.
ATTENTION: Vilonia Clinic Ladies I will be attending a directors meeting on January 13. Time to be announced later. I need some helpers to go with me. So if interested please notify me. Would really love some help this year. Also the first clinic day will be March 4th at the Vilonia track at 6:00pm. If the track is occupied we will meet at the Junior High parkinglot. Hope to see all you beautiful ladies there.
Come support the Lions Elementary and Junior High basketball teams as they travel to St. Pat's (Bryan, OH) on Saturday. Catch each team in action at the following times. JH Boys-12:30 JH Girls-1:30 Elem Girls-2:30 Elem Boys-3:30 Games played at St. Patrick Catholic Church/School (Bryan, OH)
I am so old. I have dialed a rotary phone! I played the Atari 2600 console I had a Vic-20. Almost bought a pet rock. Had two lava lamps. Walked to school to a four room school. Went to Junior High rather than Intermediate. My first car was a Corvair! Still have a mood ring. Was a Doors fan while Jim Morrison was actually alive! Wore bell bottoms. Had to be home by dark.
Harvest Clubs make use of non-traditional outreach opportunities to reach at-risk teens. For example, The Attic, located in Kettering, Ohio, is a teenage-friendly concert venue with live bands and tons of activities. Through concerts, PULSE (a Junior High night), and other special events, the Attic ...
A minute with our Master devotion for 12/31/12 All in how you look at things 2012 has come and gone in a flash and it is hard to believe that another year has flown by. For the Pletcher’s 2012 was a good year with a lot of things that happened. Our oldest started driving, our middle entered Junior High, our youngest hit double digits, we refinanced our house, our church paid off the new addition, we went to the beach and we dodged the end of the world again! I guess you could say that we had a full year; there are many more things that transpired but these were just a few of the high lights. 12“Behold, I am coming soon! My reward is with me, and I will give to everyone according to what he has done. 13I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End. 14“Blessed are those who wash their robes, that they may have the right to the tree of life and may go through the gates into the city. Revelation 22:12-14 New International Version We read these words and know them to ...
New copypasta! If you were suddenly transported to the sun because of an evil scheme devised by an evil Russian chicken and asked to take off your clothes and make love to the burning flames and then recite the presidents in alphabetical order by their middle name while juggling eleven midgets holding soda cans between your two front teeth that will be operated on by 86 evil Czechoslovakian dentists named Farkus who got their degrees studying the taste buds of Tom Selleck at a college named after some guy who wasted away his life by eating pork grinds naked in his mom's basement while searching for pictures of Kirsten Dunst to use for purposes that cannot be explained by the 1972 Junior High class of some school that no one cares about in Eastern Idaho where woodland creatures choose to spend their lives trying to recreate some bad 1940's soap opera instead of frolicking happily in the woods, would YOU say you have a life then? because you certainly don't have one now!! -Super Fuhrer
One Of The Most Controversial Film Series Of All TimeNow Available For The First Time In AmericaIn 2000, director Kinji Fukasaku unleashed BATTLE ROYALE, his violently poetic epic about an innocent group of Junior High students forced by the government to hunt and kill their classmates for sport.
WestLake Junior High was put on a precautionary Lockdown for a shooting incident in West Valley City; no one hurt
You would think it was the cheerleaders that were the freaky girls in Junior High. Nope, it was the color guard.
Look what disney is bringing back . This is a spinoff show of Boy Meets World from the 90s focusing on Cory & Topanga's daughter in school. It has been that Cory & Topanga will have a daughter name Riley who will be in Junior High and Cory, her father, will be her history teacher. Girl Meets World check out FB page to see more.
On my way to another school assembly this morning. This time it's for Junior High School students. Love this week of cultural enrichment for over 2000 students! Want me to come to your school district?
Come out tonight to cheer on our school! 3 games today at Skyline Prep (40th St. and Baseline). Junior High boys at 5:00pm, Varsity girls at 6:00pm, and the Varsity boys at 7:30pm. There is an entrance fee of $3 for Adults 18+.$1 for children 10+. Free with student ID! Also please no outside food or drinks inside our gym. See you tonight!
Ok, here is what I understand about tomorrow's Toys for Tots event: 1. All cadets go to school as usual, in uniform (those without uniforms - don't worry - we are expediting the purchase of new ones for you!) 2. Willard cadets - Officer Thornton will come pick you up around 8am, if you could please be waiting in the office. 3. Junior High cadets - the bus will be arriving there, so Office Thornton will get you all together around 8am. 4. SHS Cadets - you will walk to SJHS with Officer Gordon around 8am. 5. The bus will take you all to Curtis Lake. 6. You will be fed a wonderful home-cooked meal by the folks at Curtis Lake! 7. You will be transported back to SJHS around 2pm. You will need to arrange for a ride home if you don't walk. Please leave a message here and/or let one of the Officers know if you need help getting home. 8. Have a good evening! ~ Margie Genereux.
TODAY’S ANNOUNCEMENTS Wednesday, December 12, 2012 FFA members will meet in the Ag room TODAY for yearbook pictures during homeroom. Don’t miss it! Check your email for information about Spirit Week, December 10-14. In addition to the ongoing Deck the Halls competition, TOMORROW’S dress-up day is Santa Hat Day. Don't miss our great Christmas Concerts TONIGHT. Junior High is at 6:45 with the annual Senior High Candlelight Concert at 7:45 featuring special guests from the Manchester University A Cappella Choir! If you were invited to Thursday School, plan to be in Room 219 tomorrow morning at 7:00 or stay after school in Room 216 until 4:20pm. Just a couple more weeks until Christmas and the Junior class has a deal for you. You can get a Skin it card for yourself or a friend for $20. Hurry! When the cards are gone...so is this deal. See Mrs. Guenin to take advantage of this offer. If you want to attend Heartland Career Center next school year, see Mr. McCarty prior to Christmas break. This includes th ...
Superintendent Jeff Fuller begins his presentation regarding the 6th grade move to Junior High.
Bravo to the Massena High School instrumental and choral musicians who put on two fantastic concerts this week! And to the Elementary and Junior High folks who performed last week. YOU are the reason Massena Music Friends exists! Great Job!
This has never been published before. It most likely will go into the next "Letters to Chris." I know I lied, but I'm tired so I'm posting this now. Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree Dear Chris, Late December, 1969 I know I probably shouldn't tell you this, but I’m sure the statute of limitations has run out by now. But this is a story about how a ten foot Christmas tree magically appeared in my house. Santa’s little elves were very busy that night. The story starts with one of my oldest friends. His name is Vaughn and we met when he moved in across the street from me. As I recall, it was most likely when I was in Junior High. Vaughn was one of the brightest people I've ever known with the possible exception of my friend Russell. Vaughn was so bright that he was a National Merit Semi-finalist. That meant he got to live in a scholarship hall. These young men were the brightest of the bright. If you've ever watched “The Big Bang Theory” on television you know kind the guys I’m talking abo ...
Big day in basketball today, Skyline Prep Varsity girls are on the road vs. Tesseract High School, located at 3939 East Shea Boulevard Phoenix, Arizona 85028. The Varsity boys play at home vs. Crestview 7:000pm. South Valley Junior High girls play at home at 5:00pm, followed by the Junior High boys at 6:00pm. The gate fee will be $3 per adult, $1 per student, and 10 and under is free. Hope to see you out here!
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Just woke up. All bad. I had a dream my daughter started Junior High without me knowing. It was actually a nightmare. -_-
Yeah, that was a messed up dream: So i am in an audiorium filled with HS students and Ashley Cottengim was presenting me with a major award. However, Sean Johnson and Chris Johnson took the award and decided to play 'keep away' with it instead...it was like Junior High all over again. *** ..
Johnny will capture your heart and take you on a journey through school and life. You will follow him through 6th grade where he will figure out how to handle the pitfalls of Junior High. Johnny suddenly moves half way across the country and is now in a new grade, new school, new area and a new p...
In order to finish an Ironman triathlon, one must first be able to swim. Tonight is my first swimming lesson to learn proper technique. Though I know how to swim, I haven't swam a lap since Junior High. I honestly can't remember being this NERVOUS about anything in a long time. But I can't put it off any long. Time to jump into the deep end and go. Sink or swim I guess.
What's on my mind? This morning, it's schools. Got a great deal on this house in Hayward. Didn't care about schools. Well, guess what? Now I do. Hayward Unified School District ranks 679 out of 770 districts. Urk. Now, "ranking" is strictly on test scores. Surely there is more to the totality of a school experience than cramming for tests? But it's a number... Other than numbers, we can only compare via anecdotes. A bad school can have a serious effect on a child. I went to bad schools when I was little. Throughout elementary school and middle school ( well then we called it "Junior High" ), I never felt safe. Not one day. I want better for my child. Also, when a class is full of tough kids whose parents don't care about education - the teacher has to teach to the least common denominator - which can be pretty low. Somebody suggested private school. In Hayward, that means "Catholic" school. We are not religious, and I don't want my child subjected to religious propaganda while he or sh ...
I remember exactly what I was doing - I was in Junior High; seems like an eternity ago; yet only yesterday.
In Ghana, over 376,000 graduates from the Junior High School yearly and in 2011 only 47% of them moved to SHS with proper classrooms, text books, teachers, and dormitories. The remaining 53% are left with no classrooms, no teachers and therefore no admission. Our Constitution states in Article 25(1)(b) "Secondary Education in its different forms including technical and vocational education SHALL be generally AVAILABLE and ACCESSIBLE to all by every appropriate means and in particular by the PROGRESSIVE introduction of FREE EDUCATION". Thats why John Mahama and the NDC will provide; 1) 200 New SHS...which means a new SHS is coming to your District. 2) 10 New Teacher Training Colleges while expanding the existing colleges. 3) Capitation to Community day SHS students.which means feeding for Our students. 4) More incentives for our teachers.which includes accomodation, Computers and targeted allowances. 5) Increased Subsidy to existing Boarding SHS. 6) 1(one) University per Region. A step by step approach dri ...
— at Crisp Junior High School. — at Crisp County High School. — with Dawn Bittner at Crisp County High School.
Good morning! So proud of Grace on her first report card of Junior high!!;) Lots to get done today!!! 1/2day for me.in service day for Mollie!!
In China, officials at state-run schools demand steep payoffs from parents who want their children to get an academic edge.
In honor of Thanksgiving, I want to share with you a power point presentation I found that was made by some school kids in a town destroyed by the tsunami. This is so impressive, and it really makes you thankful for so many of the things that we take for granted.
Thanksgiving. Remember, junior High School, High School, elementary school? "Everybody bring in your cans for the hungry people." Remember that? Just imagine if somebody, when you were in fifth or sixth grade, if the principal had the gonads to say on Monday, "Children, it was the most single, wonderful outpouring of generosity that the school has ever seen. More cans of food feeding hundred and ninety three families came to this school than every before. We only have one problem and we're going to deal with it this coming week. We're gonna cancel our regular classes and what we're gonna talk about is 'What are those people gonna eat next week?'" Now, doesn't that sounds like a sensible educational system that dealt with those kinds of questions? --Harry Chapin
I'm Thankful for Mr. James Johnson whom taught me how to drive a stick shift in south junior High School parking lot! Also, for his continued mentorship and getting me out of trouble when I get upset! :) Happy Thanksgiving you wonderful human being!
Today In Rock: November 22 1950 Tina Weymouth of Talking Heads is born in Coronado, California. 1955 George Clinton forms the Parliaments with fellow classmates at Clinton Place Junior High School in Plainfield, New Jersey. 1960 Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Elvis Presley) was a hit. 1963 President John F. Kennedy is assassinated in Dallas. Lyndon B. Johnson is sworn in as President. 1964 Leader of the Pack (The Shangri-Las) was a hit. 1970 The Partridge Family, a television family that sang and toured, hits with "I Think I Love You" and it says there for three weeks. 1975 Alice Cooper hits "Welcome to My Nightmare". 1976 Jerry Lewis is arrested for drunk driving in Memphis. Later, at three a.m., he appears at Graceland, Elvis Presley's residence, brandishing a pistol and demanding to see Elvis. He is handcuffed and taken to jail. 1983 Midnight Star releases "Freakazoid". 1985 Rush hits in the US with 'Power Windows'. 1987 (I've Had) The Time of My Life (Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes) was a hit.
When you remember the friends from since you were in High School, junior high.friends remember you. Even from since you were little.Friends always stay close.
WHY DOES QUALTY EDUCATION MATTER.Ghana 's education is in serious crisis.Out of a 100 children who start kindergarten , only 71 end up in primary school, and just 65 go up to junior High School and only 3 will emd up in university . It is getting worse under the NDC . nealy 200,000 children failed out BECE in 2011 . we are failing out children , we are failing out future. NANA AKUFO ADDO WANTs TO CHANGE THAT AND NOW.
Happy Thanksgiving to... my MOM.. fam and friends.. brother and sisters.. and yes I have more then one.. 1st cousins 2nd cousins 3rd cousins uncles and aunts friends from .. park view elementary Shaw junior High School Cardozo Senior High School - friend that know my name that I drank a beer wit played madden wit did other shyt wit and everybody else who said wasup to a fool.. lls. :D and to all my friends on FB too!! :D - Im thankful be alive at 35 .. RIP to everybody thats went home too soon.. THANKsgiving is the best holiday of the year. if u too dumb to undastand clear .. then grow up summore u dumb *! lol Happy thanxgiving to everybody that I know.. be safe !
Holy cow (tm) the new spider man makes the old ones look like they belong in a regional junior high film competition. that *** and that only the parents attended.
The Turkey that Obama thought he pardoned carrying on the tradition of Lincoln reminds me of that sewing teacher Mrs. Marshall from Bible Hill Junior high. You can ask Myself, Fran or Naomi even Kelly. She does indeed. Does anybody watch storage wars? Hannah what do you think of that turkey Obama was petting? He was clearly pampered. Pfft... Tuuh... I bet Queen Elizabeth would claim it... Fill in the blank... Figure it out for yourself!
This may be a LONG shot but many moons ago, (junior high) there was a song on 94.1 that I recorded on a tape by a rapper that Jessica Neighbors and I would play in my cousin Rocky DiCenzo's silver car with the T-tops open. I am dying to remember this song but couldn't begin to tell you how it goes... Help! Anyone remember songs on the radio in Jr. High?
Being bullied in Junior High really made me stronger. When I got to High School I made amazing friends..
Q: waat happend ? we used to be really good friends .. & why do you have to be so dam gorgeous ? c; what happened? junior high happened .-. and lol because iwaas born dis way (;
Above all else, I am thankful for my friends, who are patient with me even in the most trying of circumstances. I am thankful for your wisdom, your advice, and your perspective, even when it seems like I'm not. I am thankful for the laughs that come from reading silly posts and for the knowledge that comes from interesting ones. I am thankful for the friends I've had since junior high and for the people that I've only ever met online. I am thankful for how you make me feel loved. Thank you. Happy Thanksgiving.
Im in Love with you Hacked by secret Admire you shouldnt give your password to Friends,Im a boy and i go to George Junior High with you? -wishing i would wake up to one of these?:D
My daughter's Show Choir performance in the Mehlville High School chori Fall concert...they were invited to participate in the concert even though they are oly in Junior high, and this was district-wide!!
A Club member walked in today and gave me something I never would have thought. A May 1983 addition of the "No Name News." The first newspaper for Aptos Junior High! What a trip. Such ridiculous articles, but it brought back great memories!
Too many years ago in grade two, I met this girl and I hated her for stealing my grade two boyfriend, but then years later in junior high I got over it, some how Motley Crue was involved and I decided the girl with the black hair and so white it's blinding skin was alright... HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY AMY!!! Yep she hates me for this now.
That moment when you tell your gf about your creepy thoughts on death and how to kill people when you were in junior high. XD Only people who know anything about that are Dagger Bravely and Toon Link
"Heroes get remembered, but Legends never die." Merrill Rogers was a Legend, and then some. Starting at Affton School District as a Gym Teacher and Coach, one who would do as much running and calisthenics as his students and teams. Was promoted to Principal at Mackenzie Junior High School, to straighten out the discipline and the school. He did an exemplary job, and stayed there for more years than he coached. Then promoted to the Administration Building as Assistant Superintendent. Later promoted to Interim Superintendent, and chose not to accept the job as Superintendent, and then retired. Along the way Coach Rogers molded many many lives, more with his example, but also with his words of encouragement, and always teaching respect. One of the lives he molded is very familiar to me, it's mine. I suppose you could call it tough love. I can't think of any tough decision in my life that I faced without thinking, "what would Coach Rogers do?" It was one of the true honors in my life when (as Presi ...
I am thankful for one of my friends (who I will not name) and his family (parents and siblings). They have exemplified TRUE friendship to me. I'm from a town which was very racist when I was growing up, and my friend and his family were ostracized by their "peers" for being friends with black people. What spoke volumes to me was the fact that they did not stop being friends with me and my family despite the ridicule they received. Time and distance did not change a thing. They moved away when I was in junior High School, but after over 25 years, we reconnected and the friendship remains. My friend actually found me a few years ago and he and his family (wife and children) came to Little Rock and went to church with me. *Friends are friends forever!*
is so happy that since I was 15years old I have kept letters from friends/foes, aquaintances, girlfriends, ex-girlfriends, pals, relatives, and what are now self proclaimed enemies. God help those of you that have underestimated my ability to rathole. (If this is you ask my ex-wife.) When I get really bored with internet, cable, and all other forms of entertainment..,all I have to do is revert to shoeboxes full of folded pieces of paper and read. I have notes from class in junior high that are from and to friends pertaining to any & every subject you can possibly imagine and most everyone of them are dated and signed. Congrats to Jeremy Johnson and Jessica Johnson on FINALLY tie-n thuh knot!
Too funny going thru old pictures...Nicole omg do I have grade school / High School pictures of us that made me laugh. .Back in the Edison Junior High days - looks like we got into some trouble together. Denise I have pool party pictures of us... Its been so fun remembering the good old days... Andy miss Kim and Tammy boy oh boy do I have pictures of the 3 of us! and marc way to many pictures of your bare *** LOL!!! what an awesome day to look back and remember...
Confessionshaved my legs all the way up until junior high
I wish everyone would love each other in junior high
Air raid sirens, explosions in the distance, tanks rolling through the desert--these are the sights and sounds of Israel we've been seeing on the news recently. Not far from all this is half the senior class from Sunrise Christian Academy in Bel Aire. That includes Debbi Harp's daughter, Luci.
Went to visit the mom from one of my friends from junior high this evening. She was a little under the weather so I am so glad I got to see her. She still remembered me.
Day 21: I'm thankful for a circle of girlfriends I have been blessed to have since junior high and High School. I can always count on them to be there to laugh with me, at me, tell it to me straight, give hugs when we see each other and when we leave. I know that I have a great support system of girls that will pray with me, or create imaginary fun ways to eliminate the "issues". They were a huge part of helping me realize that I would pull thru and make a great grandmother/Sugi, even when I didn't think I could. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
Just sat at nice and easy for hours with Sam. I guess it's safe to say, I'm truly a boy crazed junior high student at heart
My baby got this house smelling like Thanksgiving. I'm so Thankful for my husband and family. I love y'all Eric Jackson, Wanda Brown, Michelle NaNa Jackson, Scooby Young, Dejon Young, Tanai N West, Ann Williams, Lanette Williams, Tyler West, Shannon Owens I love y'all for real. Some of y'all been knowing me since I was a kid others in junior high and even if we don't speak as much I still love and appreciate you from the bottom of my heart.
Reflecting back on my junior high days, I'd take a purple nurple over a wet Willy any day.
Ever since he was in junior high, my brother has always asked my opinion on girls he had a crush on or wanted to date. Well today my brother picked the one he wants to spend the rest of his life with.I couldn't have picked a more beautiful, amazing, sweet girl for him. So little brother, you more than have my approval. Congrats to KyKy & Kan on their engagement...love u both!!!
Truth! Magic Johnson junior high champs 2nd row 5th from the left!
Ban On Dihydrogen Monoxide: A freshman at Eagle Rock Junior High won first prize at the Greater Idaho Falls Science Fair on January 26. In his project he urged people to sign a petition demanding strict control or total elimination of the chemical 'dihydrogen monoxide'. And for plenty of good reasons, since it can: 1. cause excessive sweating and vomiting 2. it is a major component in acid rain 3. it can cause severe burns in its gaseous state 4. accidental inhalation can kill you 5. it contributes to erosion 6. it decreases effectiveness of automobile brakes 7. it has been found in tumours of terminal cancer patients. He asked 150 people if they supported a ban of the chemical. - One hundred forty-three said yes. - Six were undecided. - Only one knew that the chemical was... Water! (H2O) The title of his prize winning project was, 'How Gullible Are We?' He was attempting to show how conditioned we have become to the alarmists practicing junk science and spreading fear of everything in our environment. Th ...
My english teacher wanted to fail me in junior high (thanks alot next semester ill be 35)
At 8:30 tomorrow morning, we will be playing football at west valley junior high. Come on out to relive some of your old glory days, revisit with old friends or make new friends. It'll be a great time. Don't miss out.
A wise old gentleman retired and purchased a modest home near a junior High School. He spent the first few weeks of his retirementin peace and contentment. Then a new school year began. The very next afternoon three young boys, fullof youthful, after-school enthusiasm, came down his street, beating merrily on every trashcan they encountered. The crashing percussion continued day after day, until finally the wise old man decided it was time to take some action. The next afternoon, he walked out to meet the young percussionists as they banged their way down the street. Stopping them, he said, "You kids are a lot of fun. I like to see you express your exuberance like that. In fact, I used to do the same thing when I was your age. Will you do me a favor? I'll give you each a dollar if you'll promise to come around every day and do your thing." The kids were elated and continued to do a bang-up job on the trashcans. After a few days, the old-timer greeted the kids again, but this time he had a sad smile on his ...
There are times when I listen to my iTunes, and I'm like, *** girl, someone's got class. There are other times when I'm just like "junior high was not a good time. no one needs that trip back in time."
North Junior High Students...I was in art class (Mrs. Metzger?).What classs were you in?
Last night a junior high boy told me his birthday is next month. He said he will be 15, and then added, "Human life is long..." I resisted telling him that I am nearly three times his age and if I have anything to say about I have not yet reached my halfway mark.
Ok I'm looking for all of my former Carroll Junior High class mates that had my mom in third grade.If you get this message...message me! Mrs Gambrell's Third Grade class at EC BROOKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
I combined the Degrassi Junior High Theme Song and the Degrassi High Theme Song
Talking to my best friend from Junior High Tejveer Dhamija. Remembering the good old times we had and catching up on the times we've missed out on. Whew bringing back memories. Trying to 3 way call with my other best friend Shazul Sulehri
Started cleaning out the ole room in Kenosha today and came across so many cute gifts from junior high/High School years. I'm so happy to have known such sweet people :)
Anybody and everybody is invited tomorrow we are doing a turkey bowl tourtament at jefferson junior high off 5600 south at 830 am
Let's play...maybe more of a guy thing, but nicknames are usually something we all have...I've been "Ollie" since I was 7, "Nose" in junior high, pork chop during my fat days...sometimes still..:)...my favorite creative one is "Scrotum"...anyone want to post theirs?
O Praise The Lord !! Cara made the Freshman Team at Harding High School!!! BULLDOGS!! BULLDOGS!! And Tia plays for Lodge Grass INDIANS.. LET'S GO, YOU INDIANS !! & Tyra's been kinda *** the local Junior High BB teams (!!) with the Pretty Eagle EAGLES !! Just Blessed - that's all.
My mom and I have always been really close. She's always been the friend that was always there. There were times when, in middle school and junior high, I didn't have a lot of friends. But my mom was always my friend. Always. Taylor Swift Read more at
RE-BC Please! MISSING.Tanya Lowe 5 year old abt 3 feet and 6 inches go to Windward Primary and Junior High has been missing from 3pm tuesday 20th. Any1 see her can contact me at 5986451. Plz help me:'( re-bc. For those whom have kids can surely understand the distress
Just went on my first run probably since I was in junior high, a diet and now I'm exercising, what's happening to me!!!?
Ah, I've had a crush on this guy since junior high! And knowing how much he gives back to the community makes me like him even more. keep up the good work, Bret!
Sorry about the mark that comes on and off again, but I had to convert the video to upload it here and the mark showed up after I did that. I hope you can en...
Junior high kids are trying too hard lmfao cx Next year is gonna be a trip ...
Now, FB Friends, for something a bit more somber concerning tomorrow: Although I'm "serious" about wishing and hoping for a Happy Thanksgiving for all our American friends, at the same time I find myself pondering with heaviness of heart: Tomorrow, November 22nd 2012, will mark the 49th anniversary of the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the man who I've always considered "My President". Although I was a child of merely 9 in the year that he was elected and at the time that he was inaugurated, I was excited by this man, and his inaugural address resounded with me -- I kept repeating to myself "My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you -- ask what you can do for your country"...as a young boy, being "proud to be an American" wasn't much of a concept, but My President sparked that feeling in me! And so...on November 22, 1963, I walked into my 8th Grade Metal Shop, prepared to go through a normal shop class. I saw, though, that the class was collecting in the office at ...
In Honor of Darrell Royal, a coaching legend at the University of Texas: Coach Royal had a saying I will always remember, whether in business, sports or life, for me it has stood the test of time; taking on different interpretations through the years but its message remains unchanged. I was in High School at the time, sitting with my friends planning, as we did every year, how to crash the gates at the Cotton Bowl and sneek into the stands for the annual Red River Shootout, Texas/OU. We had it down to a science, since Junior High and we were set to better our record of succesful missions that year. The TV was on but we weren't paying attention; we were too focused on assigning the roles each was have on D-day. But a news conference started and reporters were interviewing Coach Royal and another coaching legend I admired, Bud Wilkinson, at the University of Oaklahoma. We almost didn't watch, knowing that it would only be some local sports reporter asking some lame questions and we were right. First questio ...
First Girls Night At The Teen Center By:Goldeen Tamayo A survey made in 2008 called Real Girls, Real Pressure: A National Report on the State of Self-Esteem, commissioned by the Dove® Self-Esteem Fund, found that "there is a self-esteem crisis in this country that pervades every aspect of a girl’s life including her looks, performance in school and relationships with friends and family members." As I read through the report, I was disheartened by several of the facts and statistics. *62% of all girls feel insecure or not sure of themselves *A girl’s self-esteem is more strongly related to how she views her own body shape and body weight, than how much she actually weighs *75% of girls with low self-esteem reported engaging in negative activities such as disordered eating, cutting, bullying, smoking, or drinking when feeling badly about themselves (Compared to 25% of girls with high self-esteem) *The top wish among all girls is for their parents to communicate better with them, which includes more fre ...
Learning how to retire: 39 years, nearly 600 High School and junior high football games, numerous baseball games, track meets and golf tournaments.and I have just spent my first football season without coaching. I did not miss the coaching so I guess it must have been time. Retiring and loving it. Happy Thanksgiving to Everyone
What people pass off for hot these days is funny as *** . . .lol. Man I be drunk freestylin better than these cats write sober.For real yall must be strait off the short bus. . . .yea ice rhymes wit nice as does racks wit stacks . But we all learned this 20 years ago. Why dont you listen to some pro's a bit before rushin to the mic or stage to make a fool out yourself. When I click your posted song I laugh like a girl an show my homies so they too. When I see yall onstage I feel like im at a junior high talentless show.
I remember this kid in junior High School who used to say- "Do you want a Twinkie? Then bite my dinkie." Alas, that may be our only recourse.
hey big football game tomorrow at the jh( junior high) be there at 8:30 am If you wanna play Tackle football
What is wrong with some parents? Letting your junior high and under kids cuss and are okay with it!
Sitting around watching that old school Martin stand up you so crazy so I clicked on the info to see what year it was in it said 1994 Rachel said I was in college then I was like *** I was in junior high then lol
I've entered the point in my life where I'm interested in expensive certain-name-brand stuff. Most girls hit this moment in junior high. Me? Adulthood. I'm disappointed in myself.
Too a man , a woman should be a lot more than a piece of *** . Playing females was a junior high game that ended up showing your true colors ..
Watch Glenn's interview with the King of Cable News
So we are undecided about what to do with Coltan's CT. First they wanted it done, then they cancelled it. Then they called us back and want it done (a doctor whom we have never met is insisting on this). So I called our pediatrician just to get some peace of mind if we should do this and why did he say not to before. He didn't even know it was rescheduled. Now he spoke to the surgeon who wants it done and he said we should have never been told it shouldn't be done. That the anesthetist gave us wrong information and shouldn't have told us that. And that he overheard this conversation between me and the anesthetist (how I do not know unless they have started recording doctors visits) but didn't feel he should step in and say something at the time. Are you confused by reading this? We sure are! This is suppose to be our healthcare system, not junior high where you eavesdrop on people. This is absolutely ridiculous. This is not a light procedure. Coltan will have a breathing tube inserted, dye infused and in ...
Jinoman I want my piece of the pie, I sold dope I didnt go to devry, my my mama looked me dead square in da eyes, n told me u aint gata lie boy u high, I was a sticcup kid I had a four five, I make a *** put his hands n da sky, dey said ill never make it to twentyfive, I was selln niccelbags n junior high, been bangin ever since I was nine, everyday I thank god im alive.
I had a wonderful Thanksgiving treat today! My dear friend from childhood, Twyla Phelps Williams, came by to visit with her precious daughter, Haley. Twyla and I were bosom buddies in grammar school and junior high and I haven't seen her in.well, a lot of years, lol. It was just so great to see her - she looks fantastic and is just as sweet as ever.Thank you for making our holiday, Twyla - my whole family loved seeing you and Haley!
30 Days of Gratitude DAY 21 I am grateful for basketball. My first two years of teaching, I got invited to play in games with other staff. Hopkins had "Old Goats Basketball" every now and then in the afternoon, and the year I was at Champlin, they had a Wednesday morning game. I was pretty awful, but they let me play anyway. In January of 1999, I started a Wednesday morning game at Hopkins that is still going strong. Ten guys showed up today to play and it's always one of the highlights of my week. I also play in the morning game at North Junior High once or twice a week. Luckily, I've gotten a little better over the years.
Today i want to thank Kim Jacobs for introducing me to dirty romance books in junior high! It was quite a thrill for a teenage girl to read about pert breasts and manly parts in graphic detail! I still read them today, they cheer me up after a crappy day! Thanks Kim wherever you are! Cheers Girl!
Reminder: San Carlos High School Students & Junior High Students please have your parents sign PTC Student Consent Form & SCHS Release of Records Form so you can visit and use PTC site in your school.
Getting ready to go to jr and Judy's house then Matt's basketball practice at east junior high then who knows
My precious students! Thank you for your input. I really think I can bring PH into Junior high. Have a special Thanksgiving Dr. Wendle Ps I will keep you posted on my book(s) writing.
This is an eye opening experience for those who participate. Remember many women and children do this every day in harsher environments than here in the U. S.
Ja rule featuring Lil Mo _ put it on me Remix - Old School Jammin in the car - Yo, and I appreciate the rocks and gifts that you cop me babyAnd that house on the hill when you drop like 80 On a down payment thinking *** ain't life gravy And ever since for my honey I been twice the lady What would I do without the nights that you kept me warm When this cold world had a girl caught in a storm And I accept when you riff when you caught in the wrong And respect when you flip, cause our love is strong And when you hit the block, I watch for 10-4 And when my pops asleep you snuck in the backdoor Baby boy we been down since junior high So when life get hot in july it's the world against you and I We ballin', tied together and never Heart from the heart, knew that it would last forever When you told me, you would never leave me lonely So baby boy put it on mE
i would like to wish my friends my family my High School friends junior high friends and everyone else a happy and healthy thanksgiving and please be safe and go jets beat the stuffings out of the pats Brady is the turkey and belicick is the yams
Every kid in Texas learns the Wishbone before they can graduate junior high.
The Hemingford Junior High wrestling team put in a tremendous effort over the weekend, placing first as a team at the Morrill Invitational on Friday and competing well against mostly Class B schools at the Alliance Invitational on Saturday.
"Put those 13 year old boobs way. If I wanted to see 13 year old boobs, I'd hang out by the junior high like my dad does"
Expedition 34 Commander Kevin Ford shares a Thanksgiving message from the International Space Station. Ford demonstrates how the crew will spend the holiday ...
Newest Junior high insult heard several times lately: "Don't be such a Republican!
Yup piazza and regression perfect night!
Anna just got her 1st report card from junior high - straight A's!! Pretty awesome considering she's taking excellerated math & science. So proud of her!
TAKE MUSIC LESSONS, ONE ON ONE FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD!This school was established in order to provide Abney Park's fans across the globe with music lessons in violin, guitar and piano. Since most of our musicians already teach, this was a great opportunity to reach more fans then ever before!
I was deeply touched yesterday by a 7th grade choir concert. During the holiday program, they sang two songs honoring veterans. It was awesome to see all these young people show their respects and appreciation in such a beautiful way. It brought a tear to my eye. Thank you to all the 7th grade choir members of Shakopee Junior High West.
Yet more kids that get it and doing their part in the community. Way to go guys! Wish some adults would understand the importance of community work and teach their kids. It's such a vital part of the circle of life!
I don't care if that kid was playing against a junior high girls team. 138 points is sick...
Radio dispatch recordings indicate police were at 44-year-old Loretta Rosa's house checking on a domestic violence call just five hours before she was found dead.
The Hacker Manifesto by +++The Mentor+++ Written January 8, 1986 Another one got caught today, it's all over the papers. "Teenager Arrested in Computer Crime Scandal", " Hacker Arrested after Bank Tampering"... *** kids. They're all alike. But did you, in your three-piece psychology and 1950's technobrain, ever take a look behind the eyes of the hacker? Did you ever wonder what made him tick, what forces shaped him, what may have molded him? I am a hacker, enter my world... Mine is a world that begins with school... I'm smarter than most of the other kids, this crap they teach us bores me... *** underachiever. They're all alike. I'm in junior high or High School. I've listened to teachers explain for the fifteenth time how to reduce a fraction. I understand it. "No, Ms. Smith, I didn't show my work. Idid it in my head..." *** kid. Probably copied it. They're all alike. I made a discovery today. I found a computer. Wait a second, this is cool. It does what I want it to. If it makes a mistake, it's becau .. ...
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