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Wednesday Word of the Week: Perfidious

On April 16, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Mrs. A.
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This week’s ACT word of the week is perfidious, which means disloyal.

Source: A quizlet already created for you to use!

Perfidious by WFPS Career Center on GoAnimate

 

Take Time Tuesday: Herdina Construction Academy

On April 15, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Mrs. A.
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Students ages 15+ can apply for the Herdina Academy for the Construction Trades. Students interested in carpentry, plumbing, refrigeration and air conditioning, or mechanical CAD programs at M|State can apply their 3 earned credits. Also students planning on attending contruction-related fields at either M|State or NDSCS-Wahpeton have an opportunity for $1000 scholarship! Learn more and apply at: http://www.hbafm.com/consumers/home-builders-care1/community-projects.html

 

 

Manners Monday: The Interrupt-inator

On April 14, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Mrs. A.
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As a parent of a second grader, I have watched many eposides of Phineas and Ferb. My favorite character is Dr. Doofenschmirtz, mostly because I like his accent. For this week’s Manners Monday post, we hear from Emily Post:

How we speak is just as important as what we actually say. And what we choose not to say may be just as powerful as what we do. People who converse well think clearly before sharing their thoughts and ideas and are able to respectfully listen when it is not their turn to talk. Whether you are speaking for pleasure, out of sympathy, or in business, remember that it takes more than one person to have a conversation.

 

 

Follow Friday: @wfhscounseling

On April 11, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Mrs. A.
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Did you know that those fun and crazy WFHS counselors are on Twitter? You can follow them for fun updates about scholarships, ACT, and other “counseling stuff” @wfhscounseling

 

 

TbT: Wordle 2010

On April 10, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Mrs. A.
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Remember in 2010 when Wordles were everywhere?

 

Word of the Week Wednesday: Abase

On April 9, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Mrs. A.
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Abase: to degrade; to cast down

Sample sentence:  Rather than abase the student in front of the class, the teacher spoke to the student when class was over.

Source:  Vocab Lab in testGEAR

Abase by WFPS Career Center on GoAnimate

 

Take Time Tuesday: Pinterest

On April 8, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Mrs. A.
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I have a lot of conversations with students about censoring their social media profiles and using their privacy settings. Students on Pinterest need to be appropriate in the links and pictures they are posting. If you are not 21, it’s not a great decision to have Miller Lite pinned to your site. However, Pinterest can be a GREAT way to organize links, pictures, and articles about your life or planning for your future. Many colleges and companies have Pinterest sites that you can pin to your site. This helps you to stay organized by having a lot of information easily accessible (and pretty!) all in one spot! You can also search other Pinterest sites for resume samples, college career centers, your top colleges, scholarships, scholarship essay samples, and more! Happy pinning!

 

Manners Monday: Your Email Address

On April 7, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Mrs. A.
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The business world (including higher education) works in the world of email. Your college financial aid package is not texted to you, it’s sent in an email. You’re not going to find out you qualified for a scholarship through a text, it will be emailed to you. Therefore, you need an apporpriate email address – and then you actually have to check that email! sk8rdude@gmail.com is not professional, and neither is wfhockeystud69@yahoo.com. You need to act professionally and appropriately in the job search and college/scholarship application process. Prove you are a professional with a professional email account name. One thing to keep in mind is where you are applying. If you are applying for a UND scholarship, your email address should not be bison3peat@hotmail.com. Happy Emailing! (Go Bison!)

 

Follow Friday: RUReadyND

On April 4, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Mrs. A.
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Here is a great career development site for Students, Parents, and Educators: http://www.nd.gov/cte/crn/

You can also follow on Twitter @RUReadyND

 

Throwback Thursday: Library-Tech-Career Crew

On April 3, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Mrs. A.
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Do you remember when the Library -Technology-Career crew dressed up as Dog the Book Hunters for Theme Week in 2012?