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Healthcare fail: the diagnosis that wasn't

The details may change, but the gist is the same. The symptoms are there, the request made, the answers not given, the diagnosis left unmade. It’s happened to many of us. 1,248 more words


"Why in the World Do You Want to Teach?"

“Why in the world do you want to teach?” I get asked that question a lot when I tell people that I am going into the teaching profession. 1,016 more words


My Year in the Library

Contrary to the literal meaning of the title, I did not spend a year locked in the library here at West Forsyth.  No, in the past year, I worked as a Library Aide, a job that is supposed to be exclusive to seniors, though this didn’t stop a rather fortuitous series of events that led to little old junior me ending up in here. 420 more words


Because of my Students I am Able

My name is Amy and I graduated from college on May 15th, 2015. My Bachelors of Science was earned with a great amount of support from my family, friends, and loved ones. 401 more words


Advanced Placement Literature and Composition WFHS

Advanced Placement Literature and Composition

Summer Reading Assignment 2015

  1. Read Mary Shelley’s classic novel Frankenstein.
  2. (Optional, but HIGHLY encouraged) Annotate, Ponder, and Ask Questions During Reading.
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West Forsyth High School AP Language & Composition


  1. Cohen, Samuel S.50 Essays: A Portable Anthology. 3rd Edition ; High School ed. Print.

You may want to consider both purchasing the latest edition of this anthology and reading the Introduction and the following 15 essays OR accessing these essays online in preparation for the first six weeks of class.  489 more words


West Forsyth High School Summer Reading (non-AP)

As part of Forsyth County Schools’ SAT Improvement Initiative, a summer reading project has been developed to ensure that reading skills are practiced and cultivated. 392 more words