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Andy and The Bo return for the second installment of the summer tour of Ridgewood Radio West. Remember how good you looked in Middle School? Us too! The Springfield Sasquatch remembers the glory days of Razr Phones, Myspace, and Soulja Boy. Let's get nostaligic Ridgewood Faithful
MAKING EXPANDED LEARNING THE NEW NORMAL FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
We'll learn about 'Expanded Learning" from Citizen Schools Steve Rothstein and the CEO of Higher Achievement , Lynsey Woods Jeffries. Presented by FUNDS FOR LEARNING.
Middle School Elite Marketing & Event Director, Carl Winfree shares details of his excitingew job position, MSE National Select Team and upcoming Boys & Girls camps, combines and tournaments. Also, listen to previous recorded episodes in our archive.We've broadcasted using blogtalkradio.com, since 2010 resulting in four years of experience with Live internet - radio. Dont' miss our next media airwave.
http://footballhotbed.com We'll be wrapping up an incredible weekend on our show tonight. We'll talk to winners of the Future 4: National Middle School QB Showcase. We'll also talk to the finalist and coaches from the showcase, including Head coach Drew Philips.
Ray Acosta was only in the seventh grade when he joined a local gang. He did not want to continue his education. He was going to be the leader of his gang.
His parents tried to talk to him but he would not and didn't listen.
Right before the end of school that year, he made up his mind and would join a gang doing drugs and everything he thought he was big enough to do.
However one morning while sitting in class, he was summons to the principal's office. When he arrived there he was greeted by two policemen, and the principal.
He said to himself, I haven't done anything. The policeman said to him we have a warrant for your arrest. You have the right to remain silent for what you say can be used against you. At that point, he was handcuffed and taken to jail.
To Ray's surprise, it was his mother, Mrs. Rossy Acosta who had turned him in, and asked the police to arrest him.
When Ray was released from his three week time in jail, he enrolled in Give West, an alternative school to get his life back on the right track.
His academic career spiral to great heights. He will be graduating with a 3.9 GPA. The fact that he is now graduating and has accomplished some of his goals and dreams, he wanted to credit Principal Todd Marschke and everyone at Give West.
Not only has Ray accomplished a 3.9 GPA, he has taken challenging courses that has earned him a scholarship offer from Georgia Tech.
Call in Wed. night at 8:00 pm from any phone and simply call 1-646-478-0188, Blog Talk Radio. Please have some encouraging words of wisdom for Mr. Acosta.
From the Jade Helm 15 military exercises to the centralization of power at the federal level, there is a war being waged against all Americans. The middle class of America, however, is being particularly targeted – for cause. The American Middle class is the segment of the population that “makes America run.” To break the country, the American Middle class must be eradicated.
People are starting to wake up to Obama’s wholesale power grabs and are beginning to push back. This push-back is primarily coming from within conservative Christian middle class America, and it’s about to get ugly – very ugly.
The Congressional republicans are failing to protect us from such power grabs. In fact, they are part of it. We no longer have a two-party system – it’s a single party, working together, to subjugate the American people to tyranny.
A detailed analysis of the tactics and how we must fight back is discussed.
Join Your Radio Minister, Superintendent R.D. Vance, for this week's lecture of the Sunday School lesson. All lessons are derived from the Uniform Sunday School Lessons series; scriptures are from the King James version of the Holy Bible (unless otherwise noted).
Join co-hosts Dr Jason Stein (iRyse.com) and Eric Komoroff (www.communityofunity.org) as they explore the developmental markers for adolescents becoming adults.What are the signs that a child is becoming an adult? Is graduation from high school just a rite of passage or does it really signify something more important? Turning 18 is the mythical age of freedom, but in reality there is a significant increase in responsibility. These are just a few points which will be discussed in this episode.
Recently the School Ethics Commission released several advisory opinions which impact the designation of which board members can participate in labor negotiations, as well as in personnel matters. In addition, are there volunteer activities board members may need to shy away from? Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses these and other important issues with Joanne Restivo, acting executive director of the School Ethics Commission, and Robert Bender and Mark Finkelstein, commission members.