Hi, Not sure if anyone still uses this forum or if anyone will even see this message. I'm Kayla Fittipaldi from H2k19. I stumbled upon this page while procrastinating (lol). If anyone sees this message please message me back :)
hey i was looking through the community, which is pretty much dead. and i was looking for the entry that lists all the books we read. i can't find it, if anyone has it saved or something or has a list or remembers where that is, could you let me know? thank you everyone.
hope everyone is enjoying their lives wherever they are. also, i'm moving to DC for a semester, anyone who lives/goes to school there want to tell me what there is to do that's particularly fun?
AP Psych... worthwhile class? I really wanted to take AP Gov with Mr. R, but it didn't run, and I got stuck with Psych as my backup...
Basically I'm asking if I should take this class.
Will I actually learn anything? Is it a challenging course? Is it easy to get a good grade? Is there a lot of busy work/classwork/homework? Is it as boring as rumored? Does Purcell really hate the Humanities kids?
I'm thinking of replacing it with AP French or maybe a science class of some sort...
I am heading down to New Orleans this summer with a group from my college to help restart schools in areas that still don't have any to this day, or which have schools that the administration opened illegally (because FEMA has a 2-year waitlist for checking buildings before gutting and rebuilding, and they're not letting schools open first, so no one is moving back because what the fuck do they have to move back to?) and are running only on what the community can give them (which is very little). Bard is sending down a group of students to tutor in the 2 high schools open right now (only 2 with as little as 12 teachers for over 1,000 students), and another program (which I personally will be involved with) that will be providing a place for kids to learn over the summer, because they have all been without schools for a year now.
I am asking for a liason to work with from inside the school, to help me get books to kids who need them in New Orleans. One of the reasons I'll need help is because I'm not coming home till the 17th and then I won't be home again from may 10th until june 3rd, and the new orleans project start june 4th (tho I will be there june 10th). SO can someone plese volunteer to help me out with this? It'd be very little work on your part, mainly just getting out of class to pester mr. green and Mrs. Duerbig, probably dig around in the storage room, and possibly go thru old books in the library (and talk to the librarian). It'd be a more important life skill than that shitty proposal you write for senior year (oh wait...why didn't I write that? How come I'm succeeding at other proposals? hrmmm...(i'm not bitter, i swear)). I'm not sure if I even need help, but it'd be greatly appreciated.
I'm writing a diploma devoted to neologisms of the English language. Could you help me with some literature (theory) /sources devoted to neologisms (examples)? I would be so glad, as i am supposed to finish this paper within this month and i'm horrified.. Please help me :)
I didn't mean to offend when I spelt Mr. Gosewisch's name wrong. I apologize. If anyone found it disrespectful know that I did not mean it that way and I was really upset when I found out I had did that. It is the last thing I would want to do.
I just wanted to let everyone know because my Aunt who works for the school district called to let me know this morning and told me to pass it along to anyone in humanities that I thought would like to know.
If anyone does not know how to get to Clayton Funeral Home it is right by my house and I would be happy to give you directions from the school or Rt. 9.
Just in case you hadn't found out... Mr. Gosewisch died yesterday. I've heard that it was while he was sleeping. So in case y'all didn't know, I wanted to make sure that the information was passed along because I found out today from my brother who still goes to HHS.