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Last week the girls at Club Latinitas were taught about higher education and what it means to get a degree. I had the girls write in their journals to reflect on higher education and what they wanted to be when they grow up. Here is Paula's entry:
"It is important to go to college because you would get a better education and you get better chances to be what you want. I would want to be an actor. I would be an actress because it would be alot of fun. I have learned that your education…Continue
This past week at Club Esperanza Acosta Moreno, the girls learned more about the presidential campaign and politics. We asked the girls what would they do if they were president, and here are their responses:
"If I were elected president, I would make there be no more physical education anymore. The gas price would be 50 cents per gallon. There would be dance class all day." -Elena
"If I was president the changes I would make are to stop the war, lower tax and gas prices, and…Continue
Even though this post is a bit late, I feel it is important to share what the girls at Club Esperanza Acosta Moreno came with on these topics.
The first topic Elena, Draven, and Madison wrote about was why there is still violence against women today. Here are the reasons they came up with:
-Men think they are more powerful.
-Men think they are better than women.
-Men think they are better at sports.
-Men learn from parents.
-Men learn from tv and…Continue
With Red Ribbon Week coming up this week, I asked the girls at the Esperanza Acosta Moreno club a few questions, and here are their responses:
1. What can parents do to protect their children from using drugs?
"Parents can talk to children about what drugs do, drugs are, and how bad they are." -Marina
"Parents can make sure that their kids don't choose bad friends, and they can talk to their kids so they won't use drugs to hide their feelings."…Continue