Marie Curie deserves a monument in Washington D.C.
Marie Curie has many things to be acknowledge about she was a woman of first. Meaning in her case she was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, first woman to be a professor, and first one out of two to win two Nobel Prizes (physics and chemistry). In the article "Marie Curie: How She Changed the World" they say, "Marie Curie was a woman of firsts. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, the first person to win two of them, and the first of only two people to win a Nobel prize in two different fields (chemistry and physics, in her case). She coined the term "radioactivity," discovered two elements, and became the first female professor." During World War I she helped better the community. She was someone who helped the world and she was a first of many thing.
If you don't put effort into something, will you succeed in it? I apply this quote to my life by understanding that I can't just wake up one day and be a successful person in life, to be that person I have to put the work and time in to succeed.
As a student and athlete I will have to try as hard as I can in classes and practices, to do well on test and in games. If I put no effort or little effort into what I do I will be less successful, than if I put time into what I do. If I slack off in my classes, I won't get good grades, and that will determine where I go to college, and if I got a scholarship.
Along with if I mess around during my practices I won't be able to play as good as I want to be in the future.
As an adult say I want a promotion I'll have to work hard for it and not slack off on my work. I'll have to put effort and time into my job to get the fair pay I earn.
In life you can't get something if you don't deserve it, you have to earn it. You have to put effort into it to achieve what you want in life.
Refusing to help the FBI hack iPhones, was it a good or bad choice? If Apple went through with it that would be against the law and horribly violating the privacy of people. Apple refusing to help the FBI hack iPhones was the right choice.
Creating the software for the FBI would violate the Fourth Amendment. “The Fourth Amendment guarantees people this right to privacy. Individuals have the right to possess information without having to share it with the government. And Apple has the right to provide products that help individuals protect this right.” (Holcombe, 2016) If Apple created the software it would've violated the law, the rights that people have to not share personal information with the government. Those people have a right to not sharing all of there data on their phones. Apple has the right to deny access to their customers’ phones, for privacy protection.
Eliminating thousands of fanatics won’t really help stop this problem. “Our political leaders have been slow to heed those warnings, but now, hopefully, they are starting to realize that what could be World War III has already started. It will not end until we eliminate the tens of thousands of fanatics eager to perpetrate atrocities based on hoary 14th century religious decrees.” (Flora, 2016) If this is so important, then political leaders shouldn’t be slow to realize it. They should of already of aided the heeding warning. Hacking into iPhones won’t completely eliminate terrorism, and a possible outcome of hacking iPhones would be anger citizens and people finding a way to block the hack.
Helping the FBI isn’t worth violating rights of the company. ”...forcing Apple to create such software would have violated the rights of the company and its stakeholders.” (Holcombe, 2016) Creating the software would of violated the protection rights that Apple provides with their products. If they did create the software, the stakeholders of the company would probably not want to invest in the company’s products.
Apple refusing the FBI access to their customers phones was the right thing to do. Making software that invades people's privacy is against the law. Eliminating thousands of people won’t stop terrorism, and helping the FIB isn’t worth violating laws and rights that everybody has.
Week of 23rd-27th
1.A. Appease-(verb) relieve or satisfy
B. I try to appease my parents by living up to their expectations, but it's hard sometimes.
C. Washing to dishes, just to do it.
2.A. Reciprocal-(adjective) bearing on or binding each of two parties equally
B. Some marriages are reciprocal, and some are not.
C. a relationship
3.A. Tedious-(adjective) too long, slow, or dull
B. Even though he was tired and the lesson was tedious, he stayed awake.
C. Some lessons in school.
4. A. Waver-(verb) become unsteady or unreliable
B. Sometimes people can be waver, but there is always a person that doesn't.
C. cell phone service
5.A. Adversity-(noun) difficulties, misfortunes
B.He over came adversity by working hard and going to college.
C. a family death
Week of 30th-3rd
1.A. resolution-(noun) the action of solving a problem, dispute, or contentious matter
B. Even though my neighbor and I were fighting, we came to a resolution.
C. Solving the conflict in a book.
2.A conventional-(adjective)based on or in accordance with what is generally done or believed
B. It is conventional to have blonde hair and blue eyes to be considered beautiful.
3.A mediate-(verb)intervene between people in a dispute in order to bring about an agreement or reconciliation
B. Emily tried to mediate between her sister's fights.
C. Being the middleman in a fight.
4.A ensue-(verb)happen or occur afterward or as a result
B.Because, she hurt her ankle people ensue she would be out of the season.
C. Falling, then hitting the ground.
People see that all of their favorite celebrities seem happy in interviews and magazines, but are they truly happy? A lot of people think that money can make them happy, it might for a while, but not forever. A lot of people think that fame and fortune can give you long lasting happiness, but the truth is money won't give you true happiness.
Although fame and fortune seems pretty cool, it's not what it's cracked up to be. Being famous is very stressful, can cause anxiety, and has a lot of drama and criticism with it. A long with not know who your true friends are, and not just someone that likes your money. Most people think fame and fortune will make you happy because all the awesome things that you get to do. Money can’t make people truly happy. If being famous is so great, why are a lot of stars miserable. I would be miserable if I was famous because there’s a lot of stress, criticism, and anxiety to worry about. I wouldn’t know who is truly my friend, or if they just like how much I’m worth. According to the article title Can Fame and Fortune Make You Happy, “ In reality though, it brings an enormous amount of stress.” “Stars have to wonder if their ‘friends’ like them for who they are or for what they have.”, and “Lawrence said simply stepping outside her front door gives her anxiety.” Stars don’t have the opportunity to live a normal life like we get to do. They don’t get go out on a walk, or even walk out their front door without being recognized and followed by photographers.
Some people think that money can make them happy because all the amazing perks that come with fame and fortune, it might make them happy for awhile, but not forever. According to the article title Can Fame and Fortune Make You Happy, “If being a celebrity is so great, why are so many of them, well, kind of messed up?” “It’s the kind of happiness you get when you buy a new purse,” “That kind of happiness fades within no time.” If money is a key to happiness than why do some celebrities seem miserable? Most celebrities end up in a bad situation when they get older. Most child stars want to get rid of being known for a kids show, so they do wild and risky things to be more adult like.
True happiness comes from spending time with others and the community. According to article title Can Fame and Fortune Make You Happy, “According to a study at the University of Rochester in New York, true happiness derives from having close relationships, time to focus on personal growth, and connections to your community.” Those celebrities could probably have all the money in the world and would still be miserable without social contact with people. Even though getting photographed by photographers or getting interviewed is sort of social contact, it's not the social contact that will make you happy.
Fame and fortune can be glorious at times, but is that really all worth giving up your normal life. People that have a lot of money and not a lot of true friends don't seem as happy as they could be. Money can't make you happy, true happiness comes from being with friends and family.
During winter break I got sick and couldn’t go to weight lifting that week or any other practices that week. It didn’t snow, so I didn’t really get to go sledding. I liked what I got for Christmas from everyone. Even though my break only lasted about two weeks, I got to do different things and I had a lot of fun.
Over break I went to my grandparents’ house and got to see my cousins from Illios. We got to open up presents from each other. Since it wasn’t absolutely freezing outside my older and two younger cousins and I went outside and ran around, playing hide and seek. My cousin and I helped our grandma cook food for Christmas and get things organized.
The week of Christmas my family and I did a lot of things. On Christmas morning we opened up our presents, a good percent of what I got was pajamas and clothing, I also got a new pair of shoes, and a record player. Than we made Christmas cookies and brownies with my cousins. The day after Christmas my parents took my cousins and I to go ice skating, I thought it was pretty fun.
About three days before Christmas day Autumn came over to my house. We exchanged gifts, Autumn got me perfume, chocolate, and earring. Carney couldn’t make it because she was sick, but finally she was able to come over.We exchanged gifts and hung out for a while, she got me two pairs of fuzzy socks and some perfume too. I got Autumn a shirt and a necklace that says friend on it, then I got Carney a pair of socks and a necklace that says forever.
Winter break was full of excitement and joy, but also some sick. I just don't understand why that feeling that you get during Christmas time can't last a little bit longer. I loved seeing my cousins, spending time with my family, and spending time with my two best friends. Over break I did a lot and had a lot of fun doing it.
Even though I’m only 13 and currently in 7th grade, I already know what I want my future occupation to be. Having all A’s giving my grade point average for the 1st nine weeks of 4.0, I believe that I can achieve my goals to get my wanted job. I enjoy mixing different substances together, and seeing the reaction of the two substance. I’m really interested in science and math, so when I grow up I want to be a biochemical engineer.
I will be a biochemical engineer by taking chemistry classes in high school and getting my Bachelor’s Degree. According to Ohio Means Jobs website , “Develop usable tangible products using knowledge of biology, chemistry, or engineering. Solve problems related to materials, systems, or processes that interact with humans, plants, animals, microorganisms, or biological materials”, are things that I should learn or do to become a biochemical engineer. I will be able to be a biochemical engineer, because I will study hard, keep my grades up, take every chance I can to learn more chemistry. I will try to take every opportunity I can to get into any class with science and mathematics.
Another way I will accomplish getting that career is to practice everything that is required in the job. According to Ohio Means Jobs I need to practice the skills I need to become a biochemical engineer, such as, “Reading current scientific books or trade literature to stay abreast of scientific, industrial, or technological advances. Developing experiments to determine production methods that minimize pollution or waste. Collaboration in the development or delivery of biochemical manufacturing training materials.”, and ect. By doing and practicing all those things I will already have an idea and experience in what I’m doing. I will already understand how to change biomass to fuels or fine chemicals.
Biochemical engineering will become a good majority of jobs in the economy. According to Ohio Means Jobs website, “in Ohio this job is in demand, with one hundred ninety being employed per year. In Ohio biochemical engineering is a growing career that is very well paying and is a growing part of the economy.” I can see myself retiring from this career when I get to that point of time.
I’ve come to the conclusion that when I'm older I want to become a biochemical engineer, because I love the math and science behind the career. I really like to experiment with different things, and find out how they work.
"Recent Biochemical Engineering Journal Articles." Elsevier. Web. 17 Nov. 2016.
"Welcome,New User." Career Details. Web. 21 Nov. 2016.
Before career day I wanted to be a aeronautic engineer, instead I got civil engineer, but I made it work. The money portion of career day was worth the experience. After I got all my initial needs taken care of, I got to use the money on whatever I wanted to. I admit I did go into some debt, but I got out of it by using my savings and got myself back into the positive numbers again. By going into debt, that showed me that managing your money responsibly is a really good idea to do.
For the reality store I learned that all the basic needs to raise a family including a car, housing, and insurance, all add up over time. And paying off student loans if you went to college can really be costly to you. We also had an unemployed spouse and some people had children, so having to benefit a family on your own can be hard, because you don't have that second pay check to help you with needs.
For the speeches in the afternoon I got to see different careers and the skills that are behind them. First I went and learned about all the different jobs that included math and science and how important it is to understand those to subjects in certain jobs, so you don't make errors. Second I went and listened to a South Central graduate that is majoring in graphic designing and his story about how he got to where he is now. Third I got to go and learn about the medical field, and what levels of education you need for that certain ranking, when is it best to start, and what do those people do in their job.
Donald Trump wants to help with higher education, more affordable healthcare, and the right to bare arms. America should vote for Donald Trump to be president.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton debating on what’s best for education. According to NASFAA Donald Trump would fight for debt and tuition-free for higher public education. Although Hillary Clinton will be willing to have tuition free for colleges, the students for exchange will have to contribute at least 10 hours a day for the free tuition. Students that have a job to take care of on top of school, would have a hard time working and taking the ten hours of school. But, Donald Trump will have the debt and tuition free for the regular amount of time. He would make sure that the students that have a job can do their classes and also get to there jobs.
Hillary Clinton’s health care coverage will cost America a lot of money. According to A Guide to the Clinton Health Plan, “Americans are concerned about how the Clinton Plan will affect not only their health care, but also their pocketbooks. Even though Hillary Clinton wants to change parts of the health care system, think about how expensive the cost of her health plan could be.” In the article they said, “...40 percent of all Americans with insurance would be paying more for their health care premiums...” Donald Trump wants to make healthcare more affordable and improve the quality of healthcare for Americans instead, of making it more expensive.
Donald Trump disagrees with taking guns away from people, but he will keep guns away from people on the watch list. According to the website, “On the Issue” a reporter asked, “ You've talked about wanting to keep the terror watch list but, under current law, individuals on the terror watch list and the no-fly list have been allowed to buy guns and explosives. Are you OK with that?” Donald Trump’s response was, “We have to have a watch list, but we have the laws already on the books as far as Second Amendment for guns, if people are on a watch list or people are sick, this is already covered in the legislation that we already have.” In the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution it says we have the right to bare arms. Donald Trump agreed with the Constitution, even though he will try to keep guns out of the hands of people on the watch list, because the people on the list lost the privilege to own a gun.
Donald Trump would make higher education debt and tuition free, he won’t take guns away, and instead of making healthcare more expensive, he wants to make it more affordable. Donald Trump would be a better president than Hillary Clinton.
1. A. Naive- (adjective) lack of experience
B. A person's writing can show if they're naive or experienced in writing.
C. a person
2. A. Niche- (verb) comfortable place in life
B. I have found a niche for myself, in sports, and school.
C. a job
3. A. Obliterate-(verb)destroy or wipe out
B. Autumn obliterated me the first time at checkers, but I beat her the second time.
C. A natural disaster can obliterate things.
4. A. Gratify-(verb) giving pleasure or satisfaction
B. I highly gratify all the things you have son for me, in the past.
C. Say thank you to someone.
5. A. Infinite-(adjective) limetless or endless
B. Sometimes when you're bored, time feels infinite.
C. You're goals in life.
6. coefficient-the numerical factor of a term
B. 5x, five is the coefficient.
7.multiplicative inverse-two numbers with a product of 1, also known as the reciprocal of a number
B. 12/1 is the multiplicative inverse of 1/12
8. identity-An equation that is true for every value of the variable.
9. null set-empty set, meaning there is no solution for an equation
B. The set of squares with 5 sides.
10. properties-statements that are true for all numbers
B. a+ 0=a Additive Identity Property
11.embody- (verb) be an expression of visible form to (an idea, quality, or feeling).
B. A smile on your face will usually embody, that you're happy.
C. The five stars for ratings.
12.exasperate-(verb) irritate intensely
B. Sometimes people can exasperate me so much, I can't tolerate to be around them any longer.
C. Mosquitoes exasperate me.
13.fiasco-(noun) something that is a complete failure
B. Me trying to jump hurdles would be a complete fiasco.
C. A not well thought out plan.
14.garnish-(verb) to decorate or embellish
B. At Christmas I garnish the tree with ornaments and tinsel.
C. A room in a house.
15.heritage-(noun) property that is or may be inherited
B. I have a watch, that will be one of my children's heritage.
C. A family heirloom.
16. Plate- (noun) The two sub-layers of the earth's crust that move, float, and sometimes fracture and whose interaction causes continental drift, earthquakes, volcanoes, mountains, and oceanic trenches.
B. When two plates in the ground rub against each other, they make earthquakes.
C. the tectonic plates
17. Ring of Fire- (pronoun) Major area in the basin of the Pacific Ocean where a large number of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur.
B. The western part of the United States is close to the Ring of Fire.
C. a group of volcanos
18.Pangea- (noun) a hypothetical supercontinent that included all current land masses, believed to have been in existence before the continents broke apart during the Triassic and Jurassic Periods.
B. There is a theory that the world had a pangea, and the seven continents where created by the tectonic plates clashing together.
C. the seven continents
19. Fault- a crack in the earth
B. In 1906 an earthquake made a fault in the ground in San Francisco, CA, US.
C. the San Francisco earthquake
20. Isostatic rebound- the rise of land masses that were depressed by the huge weight of ice sheets during the last glacial period
B. When a isostatic rebound happens land rises and with it bodies of water rise too.
C. antarctic glaciers
21. sympathy-(noun) feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else's misfortune.
B. If you donate food for a food drive you're showing sympathy, because you feel bad for those people.
C. Sending a letter to someone that lost a loved one.
22. empathy- (noun) the ability to understand and share the feelings of another
B. It's scientifically proven that if you see or hear someone yawn, and you yawn. You have a lot of empathy.
C. My friends give me a lot of empathy when I'm sad, sick, or just plain not into it that day.
23. apathy-(noun) lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern
B. When I'm really tired I act like I have a lot of apathy for things, but I really don't.
C. When I have to get my shots for school.
24. connotation-(noun) an idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its literal or primary meaning
B. Sometimes authors use the connotation meaning of words, to make their articles more interesting.
C. "Snow day" a day when I don't have school
25. denotation-(noun) the literal or primary meaning of a word, in contrast to the feelings or ideas that the word suggests
B. The dictionary has the denotation meanings of words in them.
C. "Snow day" a day with a lot of snow
What side am I on
Between the two sides, I would side with people who wants to put tax on the sugary drinks. Although people like having sugary drinks in their diet, it's not good for them to have it all the time. In the introduction of the article they say, " Health experts say the beverages contribute to health issues such as diabetes, obesity, and tooth decay. "
Why I picked that side
think putting the taxes on sugary drinks is a good idea. If you raise the price of something less people would want to buy that item. In the article, they quote, " They say that people gulp these drinks with out thinking, and take in empty calories." Also consuming a lot of the sugary drinks will lead to health issues. The supporting voters that want tax say that anding the tax with boost health in children and families. Voters in Berkeley and Philadelphia already put a penny-per-ounce tax on their drinks, so it influences people to cut back on the soda. In the article they talked about a woman that has a mother, sister, and brother-in-law that has diabetes and wouldn't stop drinking the sugary beverages, so this topic is very personal to her.
Recognizing the Other Side
Then there's the side of the article the doesn't want taxes on the drinks. They say putting taxes on the drinks will hurt the small businesses and customers. Yes, it might hurt small businesses, but not putting on tax will keep the constant drinking of the beverages up. The group of people that don't want tax, say that the owners will have to raise the prices. In the article they give an answer that says," The tax is on distributors and is not paid by customers who buy the drinks."
What these people don't see is the effect of drinking the soda. They don't see the health problems that are coming with drink the soda, so that's why I think there should tax the drinks.
What is ScreenFlow
ScreenFlow is a screen casting software for Mac users, made by Telestream, in 2008.
It has six different updates of the software since it came out eight years ago, with version 6.1 as the newest version. The software program won an Eddy Winner the year it came out, and multiple awarders the years after.
What is in the tutorial
In the tutorial I showed how to scale, split, add transitions, add annotations, video actions, and call outs. I zoomed in the some of the important text that I was showing, I pointed out the website. It was important to explain what I was was doing and telling what I was doing. I think it was also important to know how to use the tools the right way, instead of just clicking on random tools and trying to fingure it out.
How will ScreenFlow be useful in the future
ScreenFlow would be helpful in the future because, all this technology that is coming out now is going to be something in the future. Knowing how to do this stuff now with technology will benefit for jobs with technology involving in them in the future. With ScreenFlow you can demonstrate something once on the computer save it, and not have to demonstrate again on the same lesson.
Week of August 29th - September 2nd
1. A. Argument- (noun) A discussion/written essay with both sides of the story
B. I like to write argument essays, because I get to state both sides.
2. A. Cite- (verb) quote as evidence for an argument/statement
B. Stating a cite is helpful to do, because you have evidence that you did the work.
3. A. Passive Voice- (noun) one of the two "voices" of verbs
B. Passive voice mentions the noun receiving the action, before the verb is told.
4. A. Personification- (noun) giving no human things the ability to do human things
B. In fantasy books, personification is used a lot to make non-human character have human abilities.
5. A. Point if View- (noun) a particular attitude or way of considering a matter
B. Books can be told from 1st person where they are telling the story, 3rd where a narrator is telling, or 2nd which isn't used much in stories.
Week of September 6 - September 9
6. A. Agile- (adjective) being able to move quickly and easily
B. Since she is very agile, so she is good at sports.
7. A. Articulate- (adjective) having or showing the ability of speaking correctly
B. People tell me to be articulate, because I mumble a lot.
8. A. Collaborate- (verb) work jointly on an activity
B. We collaborate in class to work in group, and share ideas.
9. A. Evolve- (verb) develop gradually
B. In science people believe that humans evolved from apes, because we have similar features.
10. A. Meticulous- (adjective) showing great attention to detail
B. Maddie is very meticulous about her drawings, because she wants lots of detail to show.
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 12 - SEPTEMBER 16
11. A. Conversion- (Verb) change from one unit of measurement to another without changing the size of the object
B. 25/100 = 1/4 = .25 = 25%
12. A. Hypothesis- (Noun) a mere guess about what will happen
B. If I put one plant in the sun and one in the dark, I think the one in the sun will grow faster.
13. A. Irrational numbers- (Noun) a number that can't be expressed by a ratio of two integers
14. A. Rational number- (Noun) a number that can be expressed by a ratio of two integers
B. -1 2/5 = -7/2
15. A. Square root- (Noun) a number that produces a curtain number when multiples by itself
B. 144 = 12
16. A. Elastic potential energy - energy stored in any object or material that is bent, stretched, or compressed.
B. Sarah and Maddie was trying to test the elastic potential energy on a rubber band, by stretching it, and letting it go.
C. A rubber band has elastic potential energy.
17. A. Newton- (noun) the unit in the metric system used to measure force.
B. Newton is a physics rule named after the Isaac Newton, the man who discovered it when an apple fell on his head.
C. When you're jumping from a boat to water, you jumping is the action, and the boat moving a little bit backward is the reaction.
18. A. Force Field- an area around an object where an object can influence another object with out touching it. .
B. People haven't created a force field strong enough to with stand certain weapons, but we will never know if they will.
C. Your phone case is a force field around your phone.
19. A. Inertia - how hard it is to get something moving, stop a moving object, or change the direction of a moving object.
B. Emma pushed a toy car, it didn't have much inertia, because it was easy to stop, and easy to push,
C. A Heavy rock rolling downhill on a straight path has inertia, because it's hard to push a heavy rock, stop a heavy rock, and change the direction of the rock.
20. A. Normal force- a equal but opposite force that pushes back when you stand, sit, or push on a surface so you do not sink through that surface.
B. I pushed on the wall, and because of normal force I didn't sink through the wall.
C. A book sitting on a table has normal force, because the book isn't falling through the table.
21. A. Accept- (verb) a proving of receiving
B. Although Hannah accepted Sam's apology, she was still mad at him.
22. A. Affect- (verb) making a change to something
B. Emma had a huge affect on the results of the vote, because before she voted the votes were even.
23. A. Effect- (noun) what happens because something else happened before
B. Alex fell out of the tree, and because that happened he broke his arm.
24. A. Except- (proportion) everything but
B. I like all colors,except neon yellow, because it's to bright to look at.
25. A. Principle- (noun) a foundation of truth that serves as the base for a system
B. The Constitution is the principle of our government system, because our rights are written done.
26. A. Alliteration- (noun) the same letter or sound that that occurs with close connecting words
B. Wendy Wallace walked with Winne Wonder, talking about Willie Wonka.
27. A. Allusion- (noun) calling attention to something without saying the name of that something
B. "Ok I get your point Romeo, you don't have to be like that towards her", I said with frustration.
28. A. Figurative- (adjective) not using the actual meaning of the word
B. Hannah's head was spinning and turning, because of the things she has to memorize.
29. A. Irony- (noun) saying words in a way so it sounds like the opposite
B. "That's great and wonderful", she said with great irony.
30. A. Onomatopoeia- (noun) a word that's name is a sound
B. While I was walking in the park I stepped on twigs, that when they broke they went snap.
31. A. Naive
My softball coach, Jennifer Moore, is my hero, because she pushes me to do better, and she encourages me to keep on going to get better. If I'm doing something wrong she will stop and ask me what I'm doing wrong to make sure I know too. She shows me new things, when she thinks I'm ready to learn them, not when I want to. She likes to a little fun like I do, but is serious when she has to be. She expects a lot from and I like that challenge.
Her "can do attitude" has inspired me to belike her, to try just as hard as her, and to be successful like her. She doesn't give up on people, if we mess up on a drill she'll ask us what we did wrong, then tell us what was wrong. She doesn't get impatient with us, when we are constantly messing up, she will just explain how to do it.
When she was in high school she lettered in two sports, softball and basketball. She was named Ashland Times-Gazette Player of the Year. In her freshmen year of college she was second on her team for RBI, third for doubles and slugging percentages, played 48 game, started 45 of those games. In her sophomore year of college she was first in home runs, third in RBI, and fourth in doubles. She respects everyone, no matter what, to me she is a good influence to learn from, and I couldn't ask for a better coach.
My summer was filled with softball games and practices. My local softball team placed 3rd in the league after Savannah in 1st and Ruggles Troy in 2nd. I came in first of most home runs in the league, with nine home runs, and my team had 16 home runs all together. I went to play up for the Polk 15u team and I got to play a game for Savannah's baseball team, when I played up for Polk and Savannah I got to play my main spot and some other spots I haven't played in awhile.
I am just another kid, but I will work hard and try to do my best. My short term goal is to at least get a B or higher in every class I take through out middle school. I will try to turn in all my homework in time, study for test, pay attention in class, and do everything I can to get the grades I want to be successful.
For my long term goal I want to graduate high school with a 3.5 or higher. As I said before I will work hard for it. I don't know yet what I want my career to be, but I have an idea of a career I might want which is aeronautics. I just like space, I'm just interested in the mysteries of space and what could be in space.