College Class Is it challenging to take college classes? When you’re behind a college class, it’s more difficult to jump back, or when you are absent, it’s hard to recover everything that happened that day. It takes very studying people because a college class is very challenging and it’s very hard. Why do you think […]
Internet At School The growth of the Internet in the world provides many opportunities to many people around the world in many different ways. When students are considered, the use of the Internet is mainly for social and entertainment purposes. However, it is very obvious that the Internet provides not only social connection […]
Questions & Answers Q: Why are classes important? A: Going to class does far more than simply giving you credit for attendance. Q: How can having perfect attendance benefit students? A: Research has shown that your child’s attendance record may be the biggest factor influencing her academic success. Q: Why do students seen […]
” When students improve their attendance rates, they improve their academic prospects and chances for graduating.” Skipping classes is very popular. Skipping classes affects student’s grades. Student’s may think that they are taking a day off class to relax, and in the end, you are more stressed more about having missed. If students continually skip class, grades will likely continue […]
Jared Baurreta a 15-year-old is currently a 10 grader at Jimmy Carter Early College High School. As of March 2018, Jared has earned a certificate to be a substitute. He is planning on attending UTRGV or Michigan state to follow his career plans in education. His plan is to be a 4th Grade Math teacher, but as he plans […]
According to GoodTherapy.org: Insecurity, or a tendency to lack confidence or certainty in oneself, may be experienced by most people regarding some aspect of their lives. However, for many, feelings of insecurity can be resolved before they have a lasting, harmful impact. When one deals with generalized insecurity for a long period of time, however, […]
Congratulations go out to Jose Lopez and David Gonzalez for placing at the 2018 FBLA State Leadership Conference.
Medication that must be administered to a student during school hours must be provided by the students parents: all medication, whether prescription and nonprescription, must be kept in the nurse’s office and administered by the nurse or another authorized district employee, unless the students are permitted of asthma or a severe allergy as described […]