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I am currently attending my last year at Barry Goldwater High School as the class of 2013-2014. Goldwater offers students many opportunities to stand out from other high school student. Goldwater offers both IB and AP classes (advanced to prepare for college), duel-enrollment (earn college credit and high school credit at the same time) and West-Mec programs that branch into the start of careers. Goldwater also offers Senior Institute for seniors who are up for the challege of a year long study, chosen by themselves. SI helps students find a passion so they can incoorperate it to their school/ community. This high school has many teachers who really do care for their students, great sports programs that are looking to grow and many clubs and socities.

Posted in Barry Goldwater High School

CNA stands for "Certified Nursing Assistant". To become a CNA 75 hours of training is required. A CNA has one of the most active jobs within a facility, whether it be a assisted living facility, hospital, in home care or rehabilitation unit. Why? Because the CNA has the most contact with the resident/ patient at all times! A CNA's job ranges from: making/changing bed sheets, assisting restroom use, changing briefs, feeding/ delivering food, transporting with wheelchairs, checking vital signs, grooming and hygine of the patient/resident, visiting, charting, answering call lights and keeping up with yourself as well. A great job for those who enjoy helping others live thier lives:)

Posted in Unlicensed assistive personnel

CNA

CNA stands for "Certified Nursing Assistant". To become a CNA 75 hours of training is required. A CNA has one of the most active jobs within a facility, whether it be a assisted living facility, hospital, in home care or rehabilitation unit. Why? Because the CNA has the most contact with the resident/ patient at all times! A CNA's job ranges from: making/changing bed sheets, assisting restroom use, changing briefs, feeding/ delivering food, transporting with wheelchairs, checking vital signs, grooming and hygine of the patient/resident, visiting, charting, answering call lights and keeping up with yourself as well. A great job for those who enjoy helping others live thier lives:)

Posted in CNA

CNA

CNA stands for "Certified Nursing Assistant". To become a CNA 75 hours of training is required. A CNA has one of the most active jobs within a facility, whether it be a assisted living facility, hospital, in home care or rehabilitation unit. Why? Because the CNA has the most contact with the resident/ patient at all times! A CNA's job ranges from: making/changing bed sheets, assisting restroom use, changing briefs, feeding/ delivering food, transporting with wheelchairs, checking vital signs, grooming and hygine of the patient/resident, visiting, charting, answering call lights and keeping up with yourself as well. A great job for those who enjoy helping others live thier lives:)

Posted in CNA

Cream Pies!

Here is an image of a cream pie, banana to be exact! Baking a cream pie HOMEMADE is easier then it seems. Crust is baked with holes poked all around to prevent a crust from puffing up. Let the crust cool once baked. Whilr cooling make your filling, whether it is pudding from a package or made on the stove top. Once the crust is cooled pour the pudding that was just made into the pie right away so it can become solid (can be done in the oven to start and make cutting easier or straight into the fridge). After a few hours, the pie should be pretty solid and ready to eat. Add whipped cream too for an extra yummy taste!

Posted in Baking

Cream Pies!

Here is an image of a cream pie, banana to be exact! Baking a cream pie HOMEMADE is easier then it seems. Crust is baked with holes poked all around to prevent a crust from puffing up. Let the crust cool once baked. Whilr cooling make your filling, whether it is pudding from a package or made on the stove top. Once the crust is cooled pour the pudding that was just made into the pie right away so it can become solid (can be done in the oven to start and make cutting easier or straight into the fridge). After a few hours, the pie should be pretty solid and ready to eat. Add whipped cream too for an extra yummy taste!

Posted in Baking

Outfield is often overlooked in softball (and baseball) because it is seen as a position that does not really get much action during a game. This wide generalization is far from the truth! The outfield can be the most active position dependig on how much dedication a player puts into the game or even practice. While in the outfield you mainly catch pop-ups and field grounders; but there is a greater job that this position provides. The outfielder does not only perform those two tasks, but also serves as the "hero" of the game when a play goes wrong in the infield! Think about it.... when a player in the infield misses a ball who catches it? The outfielder. Who backs up over thrown throws and bunts? Outfielders. Who even backs up a ball when an fellow outfielder misses it? Another OUTFIELDER!!! The outfield is by far a great position that teaches dependability and a drive to perfect catches, fielding and running to be able to help other team mates!

Posted in Fastpitch softball