No matter who or where you are you have either had a time bandit or have been a time bandit. A time bandit it a person or a thing the kills your time. Time bandits are no joke and can hurt your success in life. Personally, my time bandits are Netflix, and YouTube. I find … More Defending Yourself Aganist Time Bandits
This past Saturday, the ninth graders had to do a presentation of what we have been learning for the past couple of weeks which is Affirmative Action and Scheduling. Before presenting, I could feel the nerves rush through me. I have done presentations in front of people before but, I still get nervous. To address … More Being a Teacher for a Day. What I Learned From Teaching My Peers About Affirmative Action.
As a freshman in high school, there are many challenges that you encounter during the first year in high school. Transition from middle school to high school is always difficult since it involve a lot of home and extra curriculum activities. In middle school, majority of your activites are planned and scheduled for you by … More How to be Successful through Scheduling?
On January 16, 2017, TeenSharp held an event based on MLK day. During the event there was food, activities, and TeenSharp students also attended. The Teensharp students had the opportunity to sell their products that we had been working on since November. One group, Our Priorities are Minorities (OPAM), come up with the idea of making … More Continuing the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King in 2017
Throughout the The Hope in the Unseen, Cedric’s college application process was emphasizes greatly. Overall, I learned that it is not an easy road to go through. There will be many uncertainties that come your way but you have to keep your head in the game and stick to your plan. Along with that, Cedric’s … More College Admissions Process
During my TeenSHARP experience, the 9th graders have been reading a book called A Hope in the Unseen. In the A Hope in the Unseen, the main character, Cedric Jennings, a young African American man who is growing up in inner city Washington D.C. The high school Cedric attends is a low achieving high school. Through … More Lets talk! : TeenSHARP