The magical blend of identifying a career that satisfies is really a simple recipe. When you identify the intersection of passions (interests), skills (abilities), and opportunities you begin to create the bull’s-eye known as strengths, and it is within one’s strengths that the possibility of a successful and fulfilling career lives.
Stereotyping is not an isolated incident. Our students face this reality often. Many in our community, and the area at large, perceive that our young men and women can’t succeed in school because of the dysfunction of urban school districts.
I came in to the office this morning, and there was water in the coffee maker. It started
my day with a grateful smile. I realized that there has been water in the coffee maker for
the last couple of months, thank-you.
Teenage wellness is based on many factors, but one specific area that should be talked about is nutrition and fast food services. Every single day, one out of three young people ages four to nineteen eat fast food. You need to start taking charge of your own health.
This week at Oracle Charter High School we’ve been discussing the short story, “The Open Window” by Saki. It has been my experience that short stories are the perfect genre for both starting the year and ending the year