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Life Through Elementary School Essay Examples

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A Report on a Visit to Boundary Street Elementary School
Boundary Street Elementary School When I got to the school, the first thing I did was check into the office. There I met the school secretary, who was very nice and willing to help me in any way she could. I was allowed to move about the school freely, while wearing a visitor’s badge or pass. I felt very comfortable wa...
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An Observation of the Arp Elementary School
Elementary Observation As I approach Arp Elementary School, many different thoughts go through my mind. I gaze at the surrounding area and notice the appearance of the building. It looks like a cozy building set away from the busy streets. I watch some children playing outside during their recess and memories flow through...
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My Childhood Memories
Waking up delusional and unfamiliar with my surroundings was only trivial in comparison to the needles injected into my forearm. I was completely exhausted and reality was a blur. I had spent three weeks in a hospital while my mom cried her eyes out at my bedside. I was four years old and diagnosed with bacterial meningitis...
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An Interview with Mrs. Susan Knighton, an Elementary School Teacher
The name of the teacher I interviewed was Mrs. Susan Knighton. Mrs. Knighton is in her late fortys. She teaches at Carnesville Elementary. As soon as you walk into her classroom you can tell she loves what she does. Teaching to her is not simply a job, but much more. She has nineteen years of experience in this field. Cur...
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The Role of Elementary School Teachers
Elementary School Teacher Elementary school teachers teach pupils at levels kindergarten through sixth grade or, in some cases, through eighth grade a wide range of academic, social, emotional, and motor skills. They plan and present programs of instruction using methods and materials to meet the needs of the students. In...
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Down the Memory Lane: My Childhood
Waking up delusional and unfamiliar with my surroundings was trivial in comparison to the needles injected into my forearm. Far from being sleep-deprived, I somehow managed to get hit with a wave of exhaustion causing reality to blur together. I had spent three weeks in a hospital while my mom cried her eyes out at my bedsi...
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Teacher's Role in Education and the Power of Knowledge
Before I started high school, elementary school teachers told me that no one cared about you at the high school. It was a different world and you had to do everything on your own. As I started my first semester, I was working with As and Bs, and great conduct. I learned a lot though. It was true; most teachers really didnt...
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An Introduction to the History and the Issue of School Shootings by Students
you recently picked up a newspaper or turned on to see the news you may have question what is happening in our schools and begin to think whether our schools are still safe places for children. Recent school shootings have set feared in many parents about their children s safety in our schools. Since last year number of...
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An Introduction to the History of Boundary Street Elementary School
Boundary Street Elementary School When I got to the school, the first thing I did was check into the office. There I met the school secretary, who was very nice and willing to help me in any way she could. I was allowed to move about the school freely, while wearing a visitor’s badge or pass. I felt very comfortable wal...
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An Analysis of My Early Life in School
There were three words that changed my intellectual life and the way I had perceived things. Think about it! Those were the words that were said to me, the phrase think about it didn't have such a powerful meaning until that day. I would have never thought that three words could change a person's life, it changed mines. The...
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My School Life
I was born in the year of 1991, in Chesapeake, Virginia as Davon
Thomas Bryant. When I was born I was the youngest because I had
an older brother and sister which made me the youngest of three
siblings. Growing up I had both of my parents in my life so I
had a pretty good childhood and privalage of being raised in a
married...
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Becoming a Good Writer
Over the years of writing, I have realized how much there is to learn about it. Through Elementary, Middle, and High School, I have become a better writer because of the classes that I have taken. Writing has grown on me and I have enjoyed the time I have had to learn all about it. In Elementary School I really looked up...
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The Pain of Losing a Loved One
There were beads of sweat dripping from my forehead, it had been a long first day of summer spent jumping on the trampoline with a friend and eating popsicles until our lips and tongues were stained “Very Cherry Red” and “Giddy Grape”. Just the day before, I had been saying my goodbyes to all of my elementary school teacher...
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Remembering Elementary School
I remember my first day at AMCA in 5th grade where I had transferred to from Summit Hill. I was very nervous and I wondered if anyone would like me. My new headmaster dropped me off at the trailer where my class was and I had an organization and preparation meeting with my new teacher, Mrs. Rose. When she said I was ready,...
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Elementary Classroom Observation
I have observed classrooms at many schools, however none compare to the instructors at Lexington Elementary School. In the past, I have observed special education classes on this campus. My experiences at Lexington have always been positive. This is exactly why I choose to return to the campus; however I have never observed...
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The Most Frightening Day of my Life
By definition, fear is a negative feeling induced by a personal perception to threat or danger. Although felt by everyone, fear is a very strong feeling that causes unease to all and is not likely to be enjoyed by any. There are many days which cause fear just with the thought of anticipation, such as a surgery appointment,...
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Boosting Security in Schools
Imagine a bank without any security, it's ludicrous. Our society would
become debase, fraudulent and corrupt without armed security protecting
our airports, banks, office buildings, court houses and even sport
stadiums. Yet, when comes to schools our civilizations guise at personal
prejudice and continuously discard the saf...
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First Day as a 5th Grade Assistant
Stating out at Imagine I was pretty nervous about how the kids would act and what my time would be like. I had heard things about Imagine that made me a little iffy but I knew that the kids needed help and I was willing to help them with anything. I was put in a fifth grade classroom to help with reading comprehension. I ha...
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A Comparison of Life in Middle School to Life in Elementary School
“Nothing can be hard as middle school,” stated Zooey Deschanel. I agree with this statement. I felt like a new person ever since I graduated elementary school, and now I have more “things” to juggle. Now that I’m in 6th grade, my stress level has raised a lot. When I was in elementary school, my stress level was pretty low...
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The Writer Within
The Writer Within When did I first discover the writer within? Over the course of time, what has happened to that writer? Where is that writer now? It was 1972 at Ed White Elementary school in, Houston, Texas where my histories as a writer surely begin. During my attendance of second grade, my teacher, Mr. Ross, possessed...
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Interviews with Teachers of the Third and Fourth Grade in Elementary School
The interviews I conducted took place at J. M. Hill Elementary school of the East Stroudsburg School District in Pennsylvania where I met Mrs. Ryno and Ms. Muhlhahn in classroom settings. I chose J. M. Hill because of its convenient location. The two teachers were chosen for interviewing because they were elementary educato...
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Support for Pubic Schools Pours in Only during Election Time
Supporting public school has been a recurring theme for politicians since the sixties. Its been an issue at the federal and state levels since its conception in 1965. Being tossed back and forth from the federal, state and district level. This on going struggle impacts education through the Title 1 program the limitation of...
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An Observation of Arp Elementary School
As I approach Arp Elementary School, many different thoughts go through my mind. I gaze at the surrounding area and notice the appearance of the building. It looks like a cozy building set away from the busy streets. I watch some children playing outside during their recess and memories flow through my mind. The energy the...
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An Essay on Making the Lacrosse Team
To play lacrosse for a middle school team was a true passion when I was in elementary school. In my mind, lacrosse was the center of everything. It was my fun, and it was always on my mind. To play on a middle school lacrosse team, however, I had to be in middle school. This rule made me furious when I was in fifth grad...
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Ethnic Discrimination in School and the Importance of Proper Teaching Methods
I. Introduction Today I am looking at how Diane, a fifth-grade teacher at Oneida Elementary, handles the different ethnic groups and socioeconomic statuses in her classroom. Oneida Elementary is located in the lower middle class section of the city. The school is over crowded, and there is very short time to spend with ea...
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