Tag: school

20 Inspiring Quotes About Reading for Kids and Students

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Reading is Fundamental.  In fact, it is one of the most important ingredients to becoming all that you can be. Reading develops your brain, provides a window into the world around you and helps you do better in all school subjects. Most importantly, reading can not only help you become… Read more »

Lesson Learned: Senior Class Donates Class Trip Money to Help Principal, Courtney Vashaw, Fight Cancer

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Bethlehem, New Hampshire principal, Courtney Vashaw, has always encouraged her students to live for something bigger than themselves.  Clearly, the senior class at Profile Junior-Senior High took this important life lesson to heart. For four years, the senior class raises money to take a big overnight trip.  Through bake sales and… Read more »

Louis Braille – While Just A Teen, He Became a Pioneer for the Blind!

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Back in the nineteenth century, when Louis Braille was just three years old, an accident left him blind. As he grew, Louis wanted to read and write, but he felt frustrated with the few slow, difficult methods available at the time for blind people. So Louis came up with an idea, and as a… Read more »

Think You Don’t Need Math? Think Again…..It’s All Around You!

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Do you ever get bored sitting in math class, wondering why you even need to learn the stuff in the first place? Well, this feeling is not too unusual. But the truth is, learning and using math is something that plays an amazingly important role in your life! From the moment you… Read more »

Students David Shepherd and Travis Price – Changed the World With Pink

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Doing one small thing can make a big difference for a lot of people.  Millions of people. Two Canadian high school students, David Shepard and Travis Price, from Berwick, Nova Scotia, Canada were inspired to take a stand at school one day.  On the first day of school in 2007, a they… Read more »

Cathy Rush – “Dreams Are For Everyone”!

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In 1971, there were many in the world who still believed that a woman’s potential for success was limited. Enter Cathy Rush, the young wife of a basketball referee who had just taken a job as head women’s basketball coach at Immaculata College in suburban Philadelphia. Immaculata was a very small Catholic girls’… Read more »

The Play That Changed Lives… For the Better

The Play That Changed Lives… For the Better

As a 5th grade football coach this story really showed me how important athletics are for teaching valuable lessons in life. The Olivet Eagles football team at Olivet Middle School in Olivet, Michigan, decided to run a play and intentionally not score, all without their coaches knowing. The football team… Read more »

Jack Andraka- Master Inventor and Innovator at 15 Years Old

Jack Andraka- Master Inventor and Innovator at 15 Years Old

Jack Andraka is no ordinary 15 year old kid. He’s accomplished more than most will in a lifetime. Jack won the top award at Intel ISEF 2012 for his creation of a new, non-invasive method to detect early-stage pancreatic cancer and other forms of cancer. His passion for finding a… Read more »