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  • 1. Freshman Year Portfolio By: Alex Webb

2. Goals

  • Academic Goals:
    • Get a B in all core classes
    • Complete at least 70% of my homework
    • Pass decisions

3. More Goals

  • English:
  • Get a B at the lowest
  • Hand in all projects on time
  • Understand all pieces of literature
  • Science:
  • Hand in all of my homework
  • Write good lab reports
  • Math:
  • No lower than an 80 on any tests
  • Good notes and keep an organized binder
  • Complete all homework on time
  • Spanish:
  • Be able to conjugate verbs
  • Make sentences that I can use to talk to people
  • Pass in all homework assignments
  • History:
  • Get at least an A
  • A on all tests
  • Get an A on all projects

4. Math

  • 3 rdquarter Grade: B-
  • Teacher: MS. Laccasse
  • Room 307

5. Math

  • Liked
    • Projects
    • All of the neat new shapes
  • Disliked
    • Lots of homework
    • Doing the homework
    • Really complicated equations

6. Math

  • We learned about all sorts of shapes and different mathematical formulas to find different dimensions of each.

7. History

  • 3 rdquarter grade: A
  • Teacher: Mr. Carrol
  • Room 322

8. History

  • Liked
    • Literally everything about the class (I have Mr. Carroll)
  • Disliked
    • It was A block
    • (But seriously, it was awesome)

9. History

  • We learned about European and American History.

10. Science

  • 3 rdquarter Grade: B-
  • Teacher: Ms Lynn
  • Room ???

11. Science

  • Liked
    • Lab assignments
    • Group projects
  • Disliked
    • Homework
    • Solo assignments

12. Science

  • We learned about all sorts of science things, from ecosystems and biomes, to cells and mitosis.

13. English

  • 3 rdquarter Grade: B-
  • Teacher: Ms. Crosby
  • Room ???

14. English

  • Liked:
    • Reflections on readings
    • A Midsummer Nights Dream
    • Group discussions
  • Disliked:
    • Mini projects
    • In-class writing

15. English

  • We read these books, along with some short stories

16. Spanish

  • 3 rdquarter grade C+
  • Teacher: Mr. Springer
  • Room 222

17. Spanish

  • Liked:
    • Projects
    • Learning
    • Mr. Springer
  • Disliked:
    • Very little

18. Spanish

  • We learned the preterit and imperfect tense.
  • We learned about the vocabulary used to describe sports events and restaurant settings.

19. Advisory

  • 3 rdquarter grade D+
  • Teacher: Ms Dalby
  • Room 2OO

20. Advisory

  • We learned about setting goals, bullying and racism/discrimination

21. Extracirriculars

  • Fall: Football
  • Winter: Wrestling
  • Spring: Lacrosse

22. Football

  • Team Record: 7-3
  • Roster:
  • 3 Perry Nathan
  • 5 Belcher Drew
  • 9 DiLoreto Robert
  • 10 Webb Alex
  • 11 DAmbrosio Thomas
  • 12 McReynolds Nathan
  • 14 Menzie Joseph
  • 15 Erickson Ryan
  • 16 Lapham Ian
  • 17 OLeary Michael
  • 19 Teutsch Linus
  • 21 Merullo Joseph
  • 22 Kenneally Liam
  • 23 Shurland David
  • 24 Cozzi Raymond
  • 26 OShaugnessy John
  • 31 Barros Tristan
  • 32 Carnes Jacob

33 Travis Dan 34 Minard Paul 35 McDermott David 54 Donnellan John 55 Mavropoulus Max 60 Dutille Timothy 61 Edson Tyler 63 Shannon John 64 Shairs Dylan n66 Cotter Bernie 68 Face Zachary 71 Johnson Eric 74 King Jimmy 75 Bourque Andrew 76 Druid Will 77 Barbera John 78 Polleys Christopher 84 Geanaris Jordan 23. Football

  • Why I played:
        • A lot of kids I knew were playing and people told me that I should to.
        • I wanted to meet new people from Parker that I hadnt met before.
        • I wanted to try something that I had never done before.

It was a fun new experience and really helped me adjust to the new school. 24. Wrestling

  • My JV record: 6-2
  • Team record: 14-10

25. Wrestling

  • Why I played:
    • I had done wrestling last year and really enjoyed it
    • It was good exercise and helped me stay in shape

26. Lacrosse

  • Record:???-2

27. Lacrosse

  • Why I played:
    • I wanted to try out a new sport and lacrosse looked like a lot of fun
    • Between Baseball, Track, and Lacrosse, it was really the only one that looked exiting

Lacrosse was a completely new sport that I didnt know anything about, so it was really fun trying it for the first time. 28. Summary

  • I think that playing a sport (or sports) is important to any student to adapt to a new setting or a new group of people. You get to know a lot of people who have the same interests as you and it helps you find a crowd of people that you enjoy hanging out with. I recommend playing a sport to every high school student.

29. Public Service

  • RCASA
  • Coolidge yard-sale
  • Old South UMC:
    • Raking
    • 30 Hour Famine
      • World Vision
      • Lazarus House
      • Visiting elderly

Technically it counts as community service 30. RCASA

  • (Reading Coalition Against Substance Abuse)
  • I helped work on an ongoing project to ban the sale of tobacco in pharmacies.
  • We learned about drugs and drug abuse and a lot things we can do to stop it

31. Coolidge yard Sale

  • Me and two of my friends originally went there to buy stuff, but we ended up being the official trash compactors of the yard sale. (Basically we got a ton of free stuff and then threw empty picture frames into the back wall of a dumpster)
  • It was the most entertaining public service ever.

32. Yard Sale 33. Old South UMC

  • Raking:
  • Early in the year we raked lawns for the elderly.
  • We raked 2 houses
  • The people who lived there were very grateful for our help

34. Old South UMC

  • 30 Hour Famine
    • We didnt eat for 30 hours so that wee could feel the suffering of the poor who never have enough to eat
    • -We helped at the Lazarus house picking up trash and cleaning their parking lot of debris
    • -We visited the elderly who couldnt leave their house often and brought them flowers

35. Summary

  • I also did some other community service projects, but I either didnt get the sheets or didnt need the hours.
  • The Community service really made me feel like I was part of the community and helped me fell more involved and attached to our towns future.