My 2015 spring AVID conference
By: Michelle Lai
At the beginning of the year I was not good at Cornell notes, but I improved on cornell notes as I keep on doing it each day. I remember that I found out that I am good at writing and I was so proud of how I could write an essay about The Fault In The Star in first semester. I found out that I actually am good at science and I don't hate science. Now science is my favorite class to go to. I also found out that I am really into math and that I really want to be a pharmacist in the future as each day passes by.
As the semester went on I found out that I need to be out of my comfort zone because I can't just sit in class and not share my ideas or ask questions. I need to get use to that more, to help me through high school and college when I present to the whole class and when I do assignments. I also need to work on getting involved in the community like playing sports and later on join some clubs that I am interested in. I don't really know what I struggle in avid, but I know that I need to do better at TRFs and to have them thought through well.
My Assignments and Grades!
My Involvement and Why it's important in the future
I have not participated in any clubs or sports this year but I been regretting not joining any sports or clubs this year, so next year I need to get involve in sports or clubs. I went to the college night event and It was fun to learn from college students and high school students. I can have more knowledge about high school and college what is it like when I enter the high school or college. I also learned a lot from them, how they have to take classes to get credits or what they did to get where they are now and also I could take the advice from what they told me so that I don't make the mistakes or regret what I should have done when I look back into life.
My GPA and GOALS!
My goal for the rest of the year is to talk more in public than being shy for the rest of my life. I should also encourage myself to be involved at school and also not to be afraid of what others think.