Student Success Statement

Student Success Statement

Attitude is the mind’s paintbrush. It can COLOR any situation.

Reflection: People can take something the good way or the bad way depending on the way you express yourself and talk to others .If you want RESPECT having a great Attitude is the KEY.

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Attitude

Attitude

Attitude: a settled way of thinking or feeling about someone or something typically one that is reflected in a persons behavior

Synonyms: view, viewpoint , outlook, perspective stance, standpoint, position, inclination, temper, orientation, approach, reaction, mood , sensibility, temperament, opinion

Examples of  bad attitude:

always assuming that there is something wrong with other people, and never yourself – i.e. if there’s a problem, it’s their fault not yours.
being completely unwilling to behave in a way that might actually help to solve or improve a bad or unhappy situation.
being completely apathetic, uncaring or inconsiderate about the feelings of others or the effect of one’s behavior on others.
Examples of good Attitude:
Having a positive attitude, which is choosing to approach difficult circumstances with a productive mindset, can benefit you on several levels.

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Periodontist

Periodontist

Duties and Responsibilities: developing the periodontic dental curriculum, course director for predoctoral periodontic dental courses, clinical and didactic teaching , overseeing and providing patient care in college’s clinics

Salary:

Education:Qualified applicants must have a DDS/DMD degree from a CODA-approved US or Canadian
dental school and Certificate in Periodontology, Board-eligible or Board-certified by the
American Board of Periodontology preferred. Must be eligible for licensure in Utah at the time of application and receive license with 3 months of hire.

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Reflection: I really like what dentist people do , but I wouldn’t like to be a periodontist

PROM April 26, 2014

April 26, 2014 ,was PROM . We had our Prom at the Double Tree Hotel in San Pedro it was a really nice experience, I had a great time with my friends and especially with my date which was my boyfriend, my friends an I all had a great time we danced and took lots of pictures together , It was an unforgettable moment . My dress was black with nude , i really loved my dress a lot. Many girls looked really pretty with their nice dresses, and the guys looked really handsome with the Great Gatsby look, everything was really nice, and the food was really good.We had chicken with Fettuccine Alfredo and another type of pasta , we also had desserts , the food was really yummy. This will be a day to remember it was one of the best days in my life.

Linda Marquez High

School PROM 2014 

Student Success Statement

Student Success Statement

“He who walks with the wise, but a companion of fools suffers harm.”

A Proverb

This quote emphasizes us to be around the right people who will help us to succeed in life not with those you will take you to the wrong path.

Sweet and Sour Chicken (Paleo, Gluten Free)

The Domestic Man

Gluten-Free, Paleo, Perfect Health Diet

Let’s talk about Sweet and Sour Chicken for a second. It is probably not surprising to read that while this dish is served in Chinese restaurants in many Western countries, it doesn’t really exist in China. There are several sauces in China that incorporate both sweet and sour tastes, the most common being from the Hunan province, but they’re still a far cry from what you can get at your local Chinese-American restaurant. The reality is that this dish is now nearly more of an American dish than Chinese. On the flip side, the Chinese have their own interpretation of Western tastes – like flying fish roe and salmon cream cheese stuffed crust pizza (Hong Kong Pizza Hut).

But at the end of the day, it’s still a unique and comforting meal, and I thought it would be fun to try and replicate it using Paleo-friendly ingredients. My first order…

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Quick and Easy Roasted Potatoes

Another Damn Cooking Blog

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It seems like I am always so focused on the main dish that I forget to make  a side dish. Then I try throwing something together that just doesn’t cut it. Like last week’s family dinner giant clusterf**k of green beans, broccoli, and snap peas in an orange, garlic, ginger reduction. I botched the crap out of it, and it took me forever to make, so I missed out on the fun family time. Boo.

I needed some ideas for fast, easy sides that tasted awesome and didn’t have too many ingredients. The main dish usually has a ton of ingredients, so…not everything has to be complicated. Or so I hear.

So, I’m moping around, sitting on the couch, icing my stupid knees, and watching (well, listening to) the Food Network, and LO AND BEHOLD…a couple of recipes, just for me. Exactly what I needed!

Here’s what you do:

Put…

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