Friday, March 2, 2012
Thursday, March 1, 2012
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Friday, February 17, 2012
Thursday, February 16, 2012
Hey seniors! Go see if you qualify for this scholarship as a future teacher! I think it would be amazing for a Greenway grad to be one of the first to receive one of these 10 scholarships! It would help pay for housing expenses if you already have the AIMS scholarship. Start on it this weekend! :))
Friday, January 27, 2012
|Tiara, Sam, and Ashley are hard at work|
|Levi finishing up his competition|
|Relaxing after a crazy week|
|Tiara and Sam smile as they finish their competition|
|Damiana and Veronica|
Sunday, January 22, 2012
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Saturday, December 10, 2011
Seniors MaryAnn Puccio and Jenea Leschniok participated in a play for theatre. MaryAnn played a Tooth Fairy and Jenea was Lucky the Leprechaun. In this play, Santa becomes ill and cannot deliver Christmas presents to all of the children. This is where all of the other holidays come in. There is the Easter bunny, Cupid, Lucky the Leprechaun, Mother Nature, and the Tooth Fairy. In the end, they all learn the true meaning of Christmas.
In addition to theatre, the dance department put on an amazing performance as well. This included seniors Alisa Stockwell and Ashley Reynolds, and juniors Emily Mettes and Taylor Way. These girls did three dances that were all outstanding.
Lastly but definitely not least, Choir did their thing singing. This included Junior Dee Hicks. She definitely has an amazing voice as she is always singing in class. :-)
Excellent job, ladies!!!
Friday, March 11, 2011
- Kelli-Jo Hunter
Sunday, February 27, 2011
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Going into my class has really made me nervous. I understand what to do and say, but it is being accepted into the class that I am nervous about. I have seen classes where the student teacher is not active and just sits there in the back and does nothing. Classes are like families. I am afraid of being the person that is brought home to meet the family only to find that everything around me is awkward and tense because they do not approve. I am also petrified that once I get in the front of the classroom and I start to teach, I would either say something wrong or just not do whatever it is I am doing right. I know that they are very young and not as judgmental as teenagers today, but having a shy 9 year old let you in is harder than trying to get someone your age, going through the same things as you, let you in and welcome you.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Well let me start by saying that the National Conference was outstanding! Georgia was beautiful, the Hyatt was great and the people were just plain amazing!! I am so glad that I got a chance to participate. The best part of the National Conference was the conference in it's self. I love love loved the whole thing. One of my favorite parts was when we broke out into the different sessions. I enjoyed all the sessions I did because there was so much student involvement. When the instructor would ask a question or for a volunteer, the students would happily answer or volunteer. The involvement made the sessions very entertaining. I loved the guest speakers too! Bill Nye and Dr. Christopher Edmin were amazing!! They were very inspiring. Their speeches were funny, inspiring, witty and contained so much personality. I could see that they really had a passion for what they were doing. I also loved seeing all the attractions around Georgia. I felt like such a tourist and I loved it! I'm also excited to see what the future holds for us with all the new tech from Georgia Tech coming out. I was left speechless after every presentation. Everything was so cool that I didn't know what to say about it. The hardest part was leaving the conference. I didn't want to come home because I was having too much fun. Overall the conference was not only educational but tons of fun too!! I recommend everyone to go next year.
Sunday, February 20, 2011
As for my future times in the classrooms, I must say that I'm far beyond excited. After the initial fears are gone, only happiness remains. I only wish that I was a junior rather than a senior, so that I'd have an entire year extra in the classroom to bond with the kids. They're such sweethearts and are quite eager to learn, though they may not always show it. Needless to say, this is going to be a great year :)
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