8th Grader's here are the websites to each psusd "High School's"-take time to explore and get to know your future alma mater.
Probability of competing beyond high school
Many boys and girls grow up dreaming of playing sports in college and the pro ranks. But of the nearly 8 million students currently participating in high school athletics in the United States, only 480,000 of them will compete at NCAA schools. And of that group, only a fraction will realize their goal of becoming a professional athlete.
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1. Surprise A Deserving Service-Worker: Think of someone in your community who deserves more appreciation (firefighters, nurses, postal service workers, bus drivers, crossing guards, etc.) and bake them cookies or surprise them with a bouquet of flowers!
2. Write a Note of Gratitude: Spend one evening writing a thank you letter to someone who made a difference in your life.
3. Create a Kindness Ideas Jar: Ask each family member to write one or more acts of kindness on separate slips of paper. Fold them all up, put them in a jar, and choose one to do each day.
4. Share Your Appreciation: Write a note to each family member, telling them why you appreciate them.
5. Pay It Backward: Go to a grocery store, coffee shop, or toll booth and pay for the person behind you.
6. Give Compliments: Practice complimenting each person you talk to one day. BONUS: have a contest to see who can compliment the most people.
7. Be Kind To Yourself: Take a day to be kind to yourself and spend 30min doing something you really love.
8. Eat Dinner Together: Sit down as family for a meal.
9. Play kindness doorbell dash: Together, create a happiness basket for your neighbor. Then, sneak over to their front door, leave the basket, ring the doorbell and run away as fast as you can!
10. Donate Some Dough: Give your child $20 and tell them they have to do something for others with it. Creativity is encouraged! For inspiration, watch what 8-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_5GuJC4oHM&list=PL4f_hRdQDT4ZsNcWLRrxrUayqCQ8lXnPx&index=6year-old Abby did with $25 from her grandma.