SENIOR YEAR YEEEE!
B) The best thing about being a senior is knowing, that this is IT, your making your list for graduation, applying for colleges, sending out annoucements, getting measured for your cap and gown, going to your last prom…theres so many amazing things about being a senior. C) one thing i would go back and tell my freshman self is STAY ORGANIZED!!! D) welp..besides getting pregnant? the Occupy Movement and the spike in tuition fees i know will have a direct impact on my future as well as my daughters. E) Blessed- by Jill Scott F) something i learned this year that will benefit me is that there is ALWAYS help out there, if it wasnt for my counselor, my boyfriend, my parents, my sister and the leniency of all my teachers i would not be graduating, and i damn sure wouldnt be going to a 4 year college. G) one thing i am proud of this year is……well IM GRADUATING!! not too many people can say that. i proud that even with all the hurdles in my path ive stuck to my plan even though ive had to alter a few things. i proud that i havent given up despite the difficulties that lay ahead. H) the AHA sash represents 4 years of academic commitment I) “GOD helps those who help themselves”
B) The hardest thing about being a junior is knowing you only have one more year left, and the work load was intense. C) This was the year my Grandmother passed…thats pretty major in my book. freshman year and junior year were my best years academically and the passing of my Grandmother made the rest of Jr year really difficult. it was also the year my sister FINALLY got married. her wedding was the a few days before the funeral. it was pretty bittersweet. :/ D) the biggest suprise of Jr year for me was how well i did in chemistry. it was my best class..i passed with an A that year. i was like wooah. it was extremely fun to learn and not so hard to understand. E) i remember learning the Lewis Dot structure, i remember learning what the long numbers were on the periodic table. (kudos to Mr. Glaser Chem) F) i was able to maintain over a 3.0 that year and i got an award from the AFAM studies department because of it. i secluded myself from bad company after all that happened sophomore year. i didnt hang out with anyone and i stayed in the books. it was my most grown up year :) G) my dedication and love for Afro Haitian grew more and more each year. H) “bad company ruins good morals”
B) Returning to school sophomore year everything changed….my head was soooo far up my ass. smh and my grades reflected it. it was the first year i ever had to do summer school in my life. C) who doesnt remember the Tiger Woods sex scandal…my dad never let that one go. D) sophomore year i remember learning about the bodies major organs. i definitely remembered that i have myopia which simply means im near sighted. (compliments to Ms.Brewer Anat + Phys) E) i didnt have many accomplishments sophomore year..it was my worst year in h.s im just happy i got through it. i learned a lot of life lessons F) i kept almost all our notes from Anatomy, it was my fav class that year G) ” everyone makes mistakes you just have to learn from them”
B) a major news story from my freshman year…..OBAMA CAMPAIGN!!! i remember all the controversy “black man in the white house = end of the world” i remember debating with myself on if i would rather have a woman in the white house or an African American. it was a pretty entertaining election. C) i remember learning how to translate the french part of Creole Marmalade by Patti Labelle in French 1-2 with Ms.Williams. (not very educational, but hey) i dont remember much from freshman year….it was like 4 years ago… D) if i could redo one thing from freshman year i would have joined BHS leadership, i think a lot of choices i made throughout high school would have been different if i had taken on that responsibility. E) my motto for freshman year….”it never hurts to try new things”
i didnt number them but i did #33,32,31,27,26,25,24,23,21,19,18,16,14,13,12,11,10,9,8,and 6.
thats 20 total. :)
-their job is to regulate the nations money - they bail out mortgage companies, banks and stuff
(THE FORMATING IS ACTING WEIRD BUT ALL THE ANSWERS ARE THERE. 1-5 ATLEAST)
COMING BACK TO THIS ONE….ITS BLOCKED…
1.i think the whole credit card subject as it pertains to teens/ young adults is a touchy one. its different when your on your own and you have to manage your money on your own. i have a debit card but i dont use it, my mother keeps it and when i work seasonal jobs i give my checks to her and we cash them and split them in between my checking and savings account. id rather not have credit cards, if it was safer i would keep my money locked up in a safe, but money whether its in a bank or in a personal safe comes with consequences. 2. a) Nearly all of the 725 students who took the survey in fall 2009 were business majors b) more than 90% of college students who hold credit cards are carrying monthly credit card debt. c)75% of them do not know their late payment charges and 70% of them do not know what their over-balance-limit fees might be.
MOST SHOCKING the most shocking is the one about the business major students who have debt..thats pretty weird
FIVE FACTS 1.Americans had a total of about $870 billion in student loan debt in the third quarter of 2011. 2.The national teen unemployment rate has been above 20 percent since mid-2008. 3.The February unemployment rate for Hispanics age 16 to 19 was 27.5 percent, and for blacks it was more than one-third, at 34.7 percent. 4.Even as the overall jobless rate held firm at 8.3 percent, the teen rate climbed from 23.2 to 23.8 percent. 5.. For much of the late 1990s and early 2000s, it held at or below 15 percent.
EFFECTS 1.Effects the overall job crisis 2. Effects minorities 3. Effects teens ability to get jobs in adulthood
WAYS TO HELP 1.Keep minimun wage low 2. get people back to work overall 3. deal with the adults first.
i think this is pretty interesting. people are out of work no matter what the age limit is…i do think it is important for kids to get work experience while they are still young, and i do agree that if being an unemployed teenager now will make it harder for them in adulthood