Cash’e: How would you define your part at SLA beeber?
Jada: “ I think that I am a huge contributor. I like to be a leader , show people the way, mentor, and mentor to the young. “
Cash’e: How long have you been apart of the SLA Beeber Community?
Jada: “ For two nice year”
Cash’e: Do you think that the SLA Beeber Community Benefits you? If yes how?
Jada:” Yes it opens me up to new sciences opportunity in the community.”
Cash’e: Do you feel appreciated when it comes to the role that you play in the SLA Beeber
Jada: “ To be honest yes in some ways, you are not really needed in every aspects, but sometimes you are needed in group work and similar things like work.
Cash’e: Do you plan to be apart of the SLA Beeber as you go on in life?
Jada: Do you mean after High School?
Cash’e : Imean 2, 3, 4 and so on.
Jada: Oh yeah this is my High School this is where you find yourself , so Ima be forever be apart of this.
"So Donmir what is your earliest memory?"
Answer: "My earliest memory is going to chuck e cheese for my 6th Birthday.
"So what would you say is the most exciting thing your have ever done?"
Answer: "The most exciting thing I have ever done was being able to go on trips in the summer with my family and just have fun."
"Why don't you describe your perfect day for us."
English Interview Project
Asmar: What is your earliest memory?
Ms.Noel: My earliest I can think of is my kindergarten teacher. I remember her doing the alphabet, like stuffed animals, and learning the alphabet in my kindergarten class. That’s my earliest memory.
Asmar: What was the happiest moment of your life?
Ms.Noel: Probably when I had my kids. When I had Brody.
Asmar: What are you proudest of in your life?
Ms.Noel: My kids. My kids definitely.
Asmar: If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?
Ms.Noel: I would travel to Hawaii because I think it’s a beautiful place and it’s warm and tranquil and I don’t think I will ever leave.
Asmar: How would you like to be remembered?
Ms.Noel: I would like to be remembered as a kind and loving person.
Interviewed with Jordan Lewis
Asmar: How would you describe yourself as a person?
Jordan: uh...I would say that I’m like a chill person, and like i’m always there to help. Basically.
Asmar: If you could go back in time and change one thing what would it be and why?
Jordan: Uh, the elementary school I went to “cuz” I was always fighting, and I couldn’t get away, It wasn’t like it was just me it was just fighting everywhere and I couldn’t help it.
Asmar: What is something in your life that has impacted you significantly? How?
Jordan: I think my middle school because of the hard work and it motivated me to work harder in life.
Asmar: What is your biggest achievement and why?
Jordan: Probably being valedictorian in 5th grade and then getting into the middle school I got into because it was the top school in the state at the time.
Asmar: Who or what do you see yourself as when you grow up and why?
Jordan:I see myself as a mechanical engineer because I wanted to be that since I was a little kid. I just love engineering and that’s want to be when I grow up.
Asmar: How do you want to impact the world and why?
Jordan: If anything I want to have a positive impact on the world because the world now isn’t that good of a place and I would like to put forward my effort into make it a good place.
Interview with my Mom
“Where do you most want to travel to in the world?”
“Where do I most want to go in the world I would most likely go to jamaica because it is nice there and its Jamaica who would not want to travel there if they had the choice.”
“What is your biggest accomplishments in life?”
“My biggest accomplishments would be the day I married your father and the day that I had you and your siblings.”
“If you could change one thing what would it be?”“I would change the way we get money so that we never have to worry about paying for stuff or not giving you and your siblings a good childhood.”
- If you can travel anywhere in the world where would it be?
- Who has been the biggest influence on your life? why?
- What is your happiest memmory?
The greatest memory of your life so far and why?
My nieces and nephew have been boor make me the happy in the world and watching them born also watching my brothers become parents.
If you could ever take back something you said or did what would it be?why?
Take back thing I said to my best friends even the stuff I said behind her back when I was mad and I regret the stuff I said to her you know I was just angry.
3. If you could travel anywhere in the world where would you go and why?
Well I do feel very lucky, ms Landmen is a traveler I went to Europe, Africa, Asia , South America, I think ummm, I will love to go back to Africa and Ghana also to South America, and Vietnam
Me- Thank you
What is the most exciting thing you have done, so far in your life?
“Umm… the most exciting thing I’ve done in my life. Well it’s something I do more often, just make people laugh. Like honestly, something I do something I love, and yeah when people smile I smile. That’s kinda weird, but yeah.”
What was the happiest moment in your life?
“Happiest moment in my life… Umm…. Happiest moment in my life was probably when…. Like I just… I actually don’t have one. I can’t think of one, I have so many memories, but just happiest moment is to see my mom, I guess. You know my mom has been like a big person in my life, so yeah.”
What’s the best thing about being a teenager, and what’s the worst?
What was the happiest moment of your life?
“When all my children was born.”
What does your future hold?
“Everything that I have to offer to myself, what I put into my life is what I will get out of it.”
What’s the most exciting thing you have done in your?
"Myself, because I feel like I'm Jesus, and I feel as though I can only learn from myself and the actions I choose."
What's one thing u did in the past that you regret now?
"I guess you can say me, arguing with my grandmother a lot like all I did was argue with her, and staff.. like to me we never really had a
3) What was the happiest moment of your life?
"The happiest moment of my life I guess would be... every day when I go to sleep. Go home, go to sleep.''
Adam: What is your earliest memory of life?
Yolanda: Probably like six, umm probably a little earlier than that Ima say between four and six because I used tosuck a bottle you know I had a bottle. I kept that bottle until I was four and I remembered clearly laying on the bottom step on the staircase. I would lay there at the bottom step and suck on my bottle and nap and I remember that clearly. You know I just love milk and eventually my mother took it away.
Adam: Who has been the biggest influence in your life?
Yolanda: Well I’d have to say my faith because through my faith I have continued to better myself and allow the lord to show me things through myself and my idiosyncrasy. He has gently corrected my life to make me the woman I am today which isn’t perfect you know but always seeking to do better and trying to do better.
Adam: How would you like to be remembered?
Yolanda: I’d like to be remembered as one of the pioneers. I wanna be remembered as everything I did for myself and my children I did with a giving spirit and a forgiving heart. Not every time that you put yourself out there whether be for your kids or your friends people receive it the right way, so you do sometimes have to forgive people in a way that they respond to your behavior whether good, bad, or different. So I wanna be remembered as a, loving and persistent individual who never took no for an answer and always put her best foot forward for her children and for her life period. I hope that my children remember me by my strength and perseverance, my good times and my bad times. I want them to learn from my mistakes and know how to behave in situations that aren’t always what you would expect or what you “deserve” to always be careful and thankful in everything you do and I hope that they remember that.