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“Ladder to the Sky” by Sheree Fitch
Do you know
If you try
You can really touch the sky?
Lean a ladder
Against the moon
And climb, climb high
Talk to the stars
And leave your handprints
All across the sky
Jump on a cloud
And spend the day
Trampoline – Jumping
Through the air
Climb a rainbow
And watch the world
From way up there
Then ride that rainbow slide back home.
So you may share who you are with your peers and me, you will create your own “Ladder to the Sky” that I will post on the wall.
Your ladder must include the following:
- How you’re gifted (your strengths)—These are the supports of your ladder.
- Any past achievements that will get you to your goals—These are the bottom rungs of your ladder.
- Any current goals that will help you reach your long-term goal(s)—These are the middle rungs of your ladder.
- A possible ISM area—This is a rung near the top of your ladder.
- A college you want to attend and/or a major that will help you reach your long-term goal(s)—This is a rung at the top of your ladder.
Also, you need a star/handprint/cloud (one of these) in which you’ll write your long-term goal(s)
You may use materials including paper, poster board, wood, paint, markers, crayons, pencils, and beyond.
It must be neat and legible.
It must be creative and extend beyond the basic framework of instructions.
It must be larger than 6”X18” but smaller than 2’X4’.
You must create a sketch that includes what you’re writing, where you’re writing it, and what materials you plan to use and have it checked by Mrs. Harris BEFORE you begin construction. The plan is due at the end of class on Wednesday, August 29.
We will work on this in class this week, but if you want to extend it beyond the materials/time that I can provide, you will have to do part of it at home. The ladder is due Tuesday, September 4.
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“Twenty-four FISD students were accepted during YEA’s inaugural 2011-12 school year and were selected through an application process which includes an essay, short answer questions, transcript submissions, letter of recommendation and an interview.
Over the course of the program, students:
• Brainstorm business ideas
• Write a business plan
• Interact with business professionals
• Pitch their business plan to potential investors
• Obtain funding
• Legally register their businesses
• Participate in a Trade Show
Frisco was the first Texas city to operate the program, paving the way for other communities, such as Southlake and Argyle which are implementing YEA! this year, with Frisco as its mentor city. The communities observed last year’s class, which generated fourteen businesses, present their plans to an Investor Panel, resembling a younger version of the Shark Tank reality TV show.
Jim Gandy, President of the Frisco Economic Development Corporation said, “the EDC is proud to be a community partner in bringing the Young Entrepreneurs Academy to Frisco. Our business community is very supportive and encourages entrepreneurship ventures such as The North Texas Enterprise Center (NTEC), an incubator/accelerator program that assists med-tech and technology start-ups, located right here in Frisco.”
“We look forward to another year of working with our young entrepreneurs through the Frisco Chamber of Commerce and Frisco Independent School District,” said Gandy, “We are all planting the seeds of entrepreneurship with the budding minds of students as they learn the tools necessary for launching a business of their own.”
Registration forms: http://www.friscoisd.org/ly/news/documents/YEA2012-2013.pdf