We have just a couple of things to take care of today:
1. Seniors – if you have not done so already, create an e mail account at gmail, hotmail, etc NOW – your state e mail account will go “poof” and be gone very soon.
2. Everyone – We have a survey for the Hunger Helpers (vegetable plant) grant that needs to be completed before you check out. It’s pretty simple and looks like this:
You can access the grant survey here.
3. Make a note of your blog address, user name and password. We’ll be using the blogs again next year. Having yours already set up will save time next fall.
4. If you need any electronic record keeping pages for your SAE for the summer, please get those off of the dropbox and save to a jump drive ( as an excel document) before you turn in your computer.
5. Shoot me an e mail with your summer contact info. If you’ll still be checking your K12 e mail; let me know, otherwise, let me know where and how to contact you. I’d also like your cell phone number if I don’t already have it.
6. Have someone shoot pictures of you doing your thing this summer. We will need at least 6 photos of you working in your SAE for proficiency applications next year. If you will be applying in more than one area, you will need pictures for each area.
7. Semester Exam Post – On your blog react to the following:
What do you think about “U-Mart’s” Policy regarding limiting opportunities of their employees and how they interpreted it? Do you think that Larry’s lack of a college education was limiting his opportunities at “U-Mart”? Would you have fired Larry had you been the “front office staff”? How have your opportunities be limited? Has there been a person or organization/group who has limited your opportunities? Have you been responsible for limiting your own opportunities? -Please explain. How can you overcome any limits whether real or imaginary in your life?
If you were to write the sequel to Larry Crowne, what would the story line be? Write 3-5 sentences about the plot line and what you think happens in Larry’s life next.
Have a “Spectakalar” Summer! Make smart choices, take care of yourself, get to know your parents, spend time with your friends, learn something, read a good book, wear sunscreen, do something nice for someone else, sleep in, play in the mud, and enjoy being young! See you in August if not before.