Middle School Language Arts & Social Studies
Ms. Flowers is a fun, happy, awesome language arts and social studies teacher. She's been at Boise-Eliot for at least a decade now, teaching and trying her best to make a difference in the students' lives.
Students are always occupied, working on different assignments. There are weekly assignments that students need to finish. She's always encouraging students to do their best. At the end of class, there's always time for reading. We love Ms. Flowers!
What we're doing now:
In Portland, Oregon, creativity is encouraged. As youths, we are taught to accept differences. We shop local, we're involved, we try. And if we have any questions? There our always ways to get our questions answered.
Our laws are just. The Mayor cares about us. In fact, if youths have questions we can easily access a website. This website is called 'PDX youth'. Pdx youth was created by youths, for youths. ON PDX youth, we can write the Mayor and commissioners and get answers to our questions.
Think about how great it would be to get involved! We can tell our opinions! Our voices can and will be heard. We can try to fix our schools! We can talk about trying to fix our neighborhoods, too.
On January 15th, my class is going to go to the Mayors office. We have been able to come up with various questions to ask. IN fact, both 7th and 8th graders are going to go and ask questions. Interviewing the Mayor and Commissioners is a very great honor.
I cannot express how grateful I am that we have this opportunity. Though I feel we should remain humble. I am ecstatic over the fact that I was elected to come and interview our leaders. Not many people get this kind of opportunity where we could try to better our education and our young lives. I would love to give a huge thank ou to our state for giving me and my peers such a fantastic opportunity.