Are you ready? Ready to get back to school? My niece will be going to college for the first time, in a couple of weeks and she had mentioned that she was looking for a USB flash drive. When I gave her The MOH Band, a USB flash drive wristband ,after hugging me, she slapped it on her wrist…. all smiles…she just loved it. The stylish MOH Band allows Sandra and all the other students to carry all their school work and digital files conveniently around their wrist preventing the commom problem of misplacing or losing little flash drive key chains.
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The end of your child’s school year is almost here. How do you show appreciation to the teacher who spent the last 9 months teaching your child? How about a simple thank you note.
Encourage your child to write about a memory from the year or draw a picture. or send a thank-you note yourself, but don’t be tempted to dash off a quick, “Thanks for a great year.” Instead, put a little thought into it. Make it sincere, include something you noticed that was a positive influence on your child. Maybe the teacher worked with your child on a particular math problem like learning long division, you could write, “You made it click.” Even about a reprimand. ”You talked to my son/daughter about using a loud voice, we have been having problems with that too,” And end the note with, “Thank you for choosing to be a teacher.’”
Yes, an old fashion idea, but it will truly be appreciated. Kind words, written on paper, by the hand of the giver, what a lost art. So go ahead take the time to truly thank your child’s teacher. Give them a note of thanks, give them kind words of appreciation. There is nothing like the written word.
source: Life Made Better
Categories: community · school
On Thursday night I went to see my niece, Sandra (Fraulein Kost) in a high school play. Well, that’s what I thought anyway. It was opening night, they performed on Friday night also. Lots of excitement all through the halls and theatre, laughter, people runnning up and down the aisles….the band tuning up. The electricity was flying and I could not wait to see the show.
“Set in 1931 Berlin as the Nazis are rising to power, it focuses on nightlife at the seedy Kit Kat Klub and revolves around the 19 year old cabaret performer Sally Bowles (Ayana) and her relationship with the young American writer Cliff Bradshaw (George)”.
My neice had sprained her ankle two weeks before and we were so worried that she would not be able to perform…..she proved us wrong……she and the entire cast were not only professional but fabulous!!!.
Emcee Brandon,Ernest Ludwig played by Praxitelis, Fraulein Schneider played by Juelia, Herr Schultz played by Zach and the Kit Kat Dancers and Girls ….their powerful voices and each and every song of the entire cast with the band was just so wonderful……they transported me and the audience to Berlin 1931 – a most dangerous place and time.
A favorite part was the dance routine If You Could See Her with Emcee Brandon and a gorilla…….under the costume was Sandra!! After laughing, I realized how serious a song it really is……gets you thinking we must never let that happen again – to anyone.
I just want to thank all the wonderful people at Cardozo High School for their talent, time and courage to bring us Cabaret!! Moral of the story……don’t miss a performance of the children in your life. They will teach you something……so slow down, stop, look, listen and love.
posted by Liz
Categories: Family · school