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    • ~ Three Years at High School HOW the time flies! And yet as we look back upon those three years of happy school life, filled to the brim with so many pleasant experiences, and see the work we have accomplished, the many dear friends we have made,...
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    • Field Testing as Short Term Predictors of Performance measuring vertical jump height, speed, and agility proved to have strong correlations to playing time. Moreover, the observation was made that two athletes at this high level of play may have...
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    • Volley Ball Champions Left to Right: Hunter, Corry, Hess, Little, Armstrong, Turner. Basketball Champions Standing—Clark, Steed, Sticki. Kneeling—Cox, Fidel, Webster. H Sports ran rampant this last year as the girls of the B.A.C., either as...
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    • 24 information about each sport at the school, but for elements such as, accurate rosters, I needed to wait until each team held tryouts. For this reason, I began putting in many of the elements form the previous seasons, and soon found that the...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 17 Chapter 2-Method During the last five decades significant research has been done on the importance and relationship of self-disclosure and cohesion. As students in a religious classroom setting...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 18 Participants The participants (n= 96) were high school students of religious seminaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in a rural conservative area in a city in southern Utah....
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    • Fishback Intern 34 seniors selected ―expects high levels of performance from self and teammates‖ as their second most important item. Seniors do tend to be the leaders on sports teams, so it seems appropriate that they would choose an item related...
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    • 3 Academy states that we strive “to help students rediscover the value and rewards of education and guide them in becoming literate, socially-responsible, lifelong learners” (USOE, 2006, p. 3). SEA is an alternative high school in Cedar City, Utah,...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 23 (sophomores, juniors and seniors) using a one-way ANOVA, which generated an F value of .819, which was not significant (p = .444). Because our sample is skewed (by virtue of its “convenience sample”...
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    • STUDENT NEWSPAPER 34 9. Staff members understand the importance of taking accurate notes and using reference materials. 10. Students who have experience on the staff make better critics of the public press. 11. School papers prepare students for...
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    • Self-Disclosure and Cohesion in the Classroom 25 Chapter 4-Discussion As acknowledged earlier in this paper, the results have been varied in regard to the relationship of cohesion and self-disclosure. Rosenfeld and Gilbert (1989), Hunter et al...
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    • 11 would put forth effort and eventually pursue a postsecondary education in that particular field. Gemici and Rojewski (2010) used the Educational Longitudinal Study of 2002 to determine if having students take part in a work-based program while...
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    • with most of his points. We are trying to tell a story through our dinner, something Poimiroo stressed was important. I did learn some other interesting things. Here are my notes from his presentation: -There will be 4 types of attendees: 1....
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    • 10 Fewster, & McCormick (2010) further stated that “approximately eight million adolescents struggled with reading” (p. 636). High School (9th to 12th Grade) Cassidy, Valadez, Garrett, & Barrera (2010) reported that adolescent literacy is a hot...
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    • JAMES HOYLE, JR., authority on internation-al affairs, consistently popularizes tne slogan Ac cording to Hoyle," etc. He carries on heavy cor-respondence with a fair damsel in Southern Nevada between every other Agricola meeting. GRACE BOWMAN,...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 17 other children and teachers were more appropriate. They were also more congenial with less hostile tendencies. Aggression in the students also waned during the program. Academic progress was not an...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 35 The widening difference between the two groups of students shows that mentoring is increasingly beneficial over a period of time. Volunteer mentors chose students to participate in the program who...
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    • 28 Chapter 5 Discussion Introduction Graduation has been a long-standing problem for alternative education students. The drop-out rate for alternative students, especially those at Alternative High School, was uncommonly high, 86%. The traditional...
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    • Establishing a Mentor Program for At-Risk Youth 39 References Azzam, A. M. (2007). Why Students Drop Out. Educational Leadership, 64(7), 91-93. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. Bergeron, J. L., Nolan, R. F., & Dai, Y. (2010). Implementing a school-based...

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