Blogging Week #11

What are your plans when you graduate?  Even if your grad date is not 6-06-13 (or is that the date?), what are your plans to succeed?  One sentence response needed only.

One post TODAY and two  more before Wednesday!

There is a good reason they call these ceremonies “commencement exercises.”  Graduation is not the end; it’s the beginning.  ~Orrin Hatch

The tassel’s worth the hassle!  ~Author Unknown

Blogging Week #7

So, what things have you learned in high school that YOU KNOW you will use when you graduate (classroom appropriate) and what things have you learned in high school that YOU KNOW you will NOT use when you graduate (classroom appropriate).

One – two complete sentences and then respond to TWO of your classmates posts!

Post your FIRST comment by Wednesday!

Blog Requirements



Required elements for every blog:  Your first name only and the block number at the end of your first name i.e. John1 *Note: if there are more than one of the same name, use your first name, first initial of your last name, and block number as your name.


THERE WILL BE NO SHORT HAND OR TEXT MESSAGE RESPONSES; EVERYTHING MUST BE WRITTEN IN COMPLETE SENTENCES UNLESS OTHERWISE INSTRUCTED.  Responses not adhering to these guidelines will not be posted and you will not receive a grade.  It is YOUR responsibility to post on your own time and in the proper manner. 


Consider this – you have a Myspace page, a Facebook page, and a blog on the web.  Who all has access to view these?  Do you think that everything you post is truly private?  Do you think that colleges and potential employers will ever come across these pictures and postings that you write?  They do!  Some even INTENTIONALLY go to find your Myspace and Facebook pages.  You carry an online persona just like you carry your own personal identity.  


The classroom blog can be accessed from my website or the direct link  

Welcome to the “Wanack BlogSpot”

Today is a new day for you! Today, you become a blogger. If you were not already, now is the time to begin a blog comment all for your very own.

Before you can begin to blog, there are TWO (2) things that must happen.

#1) You must have turned in your PPS form stating that you may participate in blogs and;

#2) You must go over the rules and regulations for this blog with me, Mrs. Wanack.

Once you have achieved these two objectives, you may post.