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The Business at Moore summer program at the University of South Carolina is looking for high-achieving high school juniors (rising seniors) with a strong interest in pursuing a degree in business to participate in a week-long summer program designed to educate them of the opportunities in business and to introduce them to college life.  Applicants should be of a demographic under-represented in business, should have a strong academic background, and should be considering business as a field of study and future career.  [Applicants should possess a GPA of no less than a 3.0 and a PSAT/SAT (math and verbal only) score of no less than 1050.  PLAN/ACT scores are also accepted, with a composite score of no less than 19.]  Applications may be picked up from the School Counseling Office.
Posted by ahmad.stephens  On Nov 17, 2016 at 2:02 PM
  
Assignments for November 14 Quote: "Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver, the other gold.” –Anonymous English I - Check in unit 7 vocabulary definitions Pass out unit 7 vocabulary WORKSHEET DUE WEDNESDAY Work on study guide for “Thank You Ma’am” English II - Archetype presentations! ELA - A Day No ELA Word of the Day Work on lesson 3 vocabulary packet, exercise 5 Subject and predicate review Notes on Context Clues   Assignments for November 15 Quote: "Not failure, but low aim, is a crime” –James Russell Lowell English I - Personal letter assignment for “Thank You Ma’am” Pretend 10 years has passed. Write a letter to Mrs. Jones as if you were Roger. Reintroduce yourself, thank her, update her on what’s going on in your life, and end with a final thank you and any hopes you may have for her. Use proper conventions and letter format! English II - Work on Antigone scene I vocabulary worksheet and questions Work on updating and filling out Facebook pages ELA - B Day ELA Word of the Day: Kef Work on lesson 3 vocabulary packet, exercise 5 Subject and predicate review Notes on Context Clues   Assignments for November 16 Quote: "Wherever you are, it is your own friends who make your world.” –William James   English I - Turn in unit 7 vocabulary worksheet Turn in letters if they weren’t finished in class Pre-reading discussion for “The Most Dangerous Game” and begin reading English II - Turn in unit 7 vocabulary worksheet Begin reading and discussing Antigone, scene II ELA - B Day ELA Word of the Day: opuscule Work on lesson 3 vocabulary packet, exercise 6; turn in when finished Context clue worksheet Homework time for other classes
Posted by jennifer.mcgraw  On Nov 16, 2011 at 9:52 AM
  
Have you read a good book lately?   What was so great about it?  Does it have a sequel.  Email your blog post to Mrs. England.  Published blog posts will earn bonus points toward a test grade.  Your blog must contain enough information about the book to show that you have actually read the book!
Posted by Guest  On Sep 11, 2010 at 8:13 PM