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No point asking why?

I wrote six hundred words of a blog last night about the exorbitant door price of the next Rise Against show, which I will not be paying as I saw them a few years back and although they were worth every penny of the forty dollars I paid to get in, I do not believe they are worth twice that and in an arena no less, so instead of slag them off for what some would call selling out I will just wish them the best of luck and hope they keep putting out stellar records that I will keep illegally downloading. 1,074 more words

Growing

Plan Your Work, Work Your Plan Part II

I really hope that you took last week’s post seriously. I know it may have been a hectic week (I had a ton of homework due), so make sure you click… 294 more words

Scholarships

King of the Wild Things: Dean Heritage Centre

I remember as a young boy, when the Dean Heritage Centre opened. We took a school visit, to discover the rich history of our locale. The blink of an eye, and thirty years have passed us by. 499 more words

Family

Every Vote Counts!

As the week’s have been passing, we’ve seen more and more candidates jump voice their desire to run for president. Over the next several months, we will begin to see stickers, yard signs, and commercials for these individuals. 238 more words

Scholarships

21. Quit a job

I truly didn’t think I would be quitting a job any time soon, but this particular bucket list item has been crossed off. I just turned in my two weeks notice where I work and accepted a teaching position in Florida. 62 more words

Life

Simple Common Core Literacy Standards for Grades 9-12

My co-teacher and I will be teaching special education students who are in our alternative classroom for part of the school day. Since we will be using Common Core standards, we felt that it would be important to put those standards into language that the students can understand, that way they can learn to evaluate themselves using concrete criteria. 56 more words

Special Education

It's Halftime Folks!

Although you may hate to think about it, it’s July 1st; the school year is right around the corner.

July has always been an important month to me because it symbolizes halftime. 211 more words

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