Posts tagged School
Hi guys, I’m happy to find you blogging here again. I was just thinking this past weekend, when I was flipping between the different sports on TV, that I wanted to share the accomplishments of Jimmie Johnson.
Daisy, you had blogged about Milton Hershey as being an inspiration in business and what he did to help kids. Jimmie Johnson is similar in all that he has done while car racing and also through the charitable foundation that he started in 2006.
At the age of 37, Jimmie Johnson has 5 Sprint Car Championships, all won in a row. He More >
Hi everyone! Sorry I haven’t written here in awhile, but I got caught up in writing a story the last several months and that has taken up all my free time.
But I became very inspired when my parents took me to Hershey Park for Spring Break. We had never been there before and even though I’ve heard of Mr. Hershey, and of course have eaten the yummy chocolate bars he created, I really didn’t know his story.
Milton Hershey was an amazing man! He was a true entrepreneur who started with nothing, and even went broke four times More >
Hey Guys! You know how I am always talking about how school lunches could be better across the country, and they do get a bad rap? But I haven’t heard about any school lunch as bad as in this latest article that I read. A 9 year old girl decided to write about how bad her school lunch was, and now the school is starting to change the lunches!!
Nine year old Martha Payne from Scotland started a blog, rating and photographing her lunches after eating unsatisfying meals, and even finding hairs in some of them! (yuck) After about More >
Hey Daisy, I thought you might want to know about a group of students at Kearns High School in Kearns, Utah who are putting technology to use for patients at Primary Children’s Medical Center. The students, who are part of a group called iCougars, teamed up with a non-profit organization called Operation Kids to raise more than $7,000 to donate a VGo robot to the children’s hospital.
They did this by selling iCougar and “love bytes” T-shirts and wristbands, along with securing a matching donation from a private foundation.
Once connected online, a VGo robot can attend classes remotely More >