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If I Could Change A School Rule

A Narrative Essay “If I Could Change One Thing about Me” Xerishya Jonpaula G. Gorobao MKIT – 101 Prof. Chona Lajom If I Could Change One Thing about Me Settings: - At Home - In School Conflict: -When I do have a problem with focusing on my studies, and at home, especially to my mom. Character: - My family - My friends Thesis Statement: - Well, there are many things I would like to change about myself, but If could change one thing about me, it would probably my attitude...

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school rules

"RULES ARE THERE TO BE FOLLOWED. WITHOUT RULES NOTHING GETS DONE." It seems that in today's world rules are everywhere. For instance, type a quick search for "rules" into the Google search engine and you will return over 604 million web pages that mention rules. One can find sites which outline rules on correct Internet usage to rules on ordering Mail Order Brides! Undoubtedly rules are quite important in the everyday running of our lives and yes, rules are there to be followed, but in my opinion...

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If I Could Relive My High School Years

December 9,2013 If I Could Relive My High School Years How often to do you reminiscence on your high school career? What you should have done or not? Whether you just graduated as the Class of 2013 or the Class of 1988 we all look back and wish we could relive our high school career and change a few things. Some of those things include playing sports, being in clubs, getting perfect attendance, hanging out with the correct people, etc. If only I could relive my high school career at Summit Academy...

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The Rules

* We should follow the rules so that we can maintain peace and organization within our society, economy, and even our country. Without rules no one would be able to work together. * Two different kinds of people can be heard to utter that question, "Why have rules?" One of them does not believe in rules; the other believes in rules and adds a few more words to the question, "Why have rules, if you are not going to enforce them?" I would like to examine both sides of this argument. Many people...

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Changes In School Essay

Introduction: Things that need to be changed or addressed in the school. A. Changes with the school cafeteria menu, damaged lockers, dirty classrooms, exercise, etc. B. School is a way of students learning and how the school is functioning plays a huge role in student’s success. Nonetheless, not everyone thinks school is perfect and some things could be changed. These changes will improve our school and make a better learning, environment for the students and improve students overall academic...

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This i would change if Icould go back to high school

What I Would Change About High School If I had a time machine, and could go back in time, I would go back to my high school, with a few things in mind. In this essay, I will identify the five changes I would make to my high school: a jukebox, shared lockers, assigned parking, nicer restrooms, and choices at lunch. I can still hear all my favorite tunes now. All my friends, and I would gather every morning in the lunchroom before...

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School Rules

School rules and regulations are made not to be broken. Rules are made for the safety and better welfare of the students in school. Another is to promote good behavior among students and to maintain the good image of the school. Parents send their children to school in order for them to learn not only academic values, but also moral values. Implementing school rules will help the students mold their character and values expected from them by other people. There are certain factors why nowadays...

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high school

Compulsion Rule High-School is the greatest point in our life. It is the time of growth as well as challenges too. Completing my high-school studies from Guinness Int’l Higher Secondary School which is located at Kathmandu, Nepal was one of the memorable experience of my life. As a high-school student there, I get to enjoy and utilize different range of facilities like extra curriculum activities, computer lab, library, sports etc. which helped me a lot throughout my studies too. However, I still remember...

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Thing and Rules

the editor of your school newspaper persuading readers to consider your position regarding your pet peeve, including your proposed solution. Be sure to provide effective arguments and evidence in support of your position. Prompt; it seems as though rules are everywhere; at home, in school, in sports and at work. Although some rules seem unnecessary or trivial, other rules truly are important .Write a multiple paragraph essay to an interested adult explaining, why a certain rule is important to you...

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If I Counld Change Just One Thing

If I could Change Just One Thing……… In life there are always moments that we wish we could take back. If given the chance to revisit the past and change the outcome of a situation, I would have not dropped out of school and later gotten my GED. I made this decision at a young age, unaware of how this decision would change my future greatly. In deciding to drop out of school I missed out on the experience that high school gives you and how it would have helped develop my character. If I stayed...

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