Teachers have one of the hardest jobs there is. And many of the exceptional ones don’t get the credit they deserve. Yet, they don’t mind not getting credit, as long as the kids they teach are inspired. That’s part of what makes them exceptional. This is the case with Serrano High school teacher, Anthony Bravo.… Continue reading Exceptional Teacher Makes for Exceptional Students
The latest report by the Department of Veterans Affairs from July 2016 finds that 20 veterans committed suicide each day in 2014. In 2010, the Department of Veterans Affairs estimated the veteran suicide rate to be 22 veterans per day, based on three million medical records from 20 states. The 2016 findings were based… Continue reading What’s Being Done to Prevent Veteran Suicide?
It’s easy to look at today’s generation of teenagers and say they are babied, selfish to the point of entitlement, disrespectful, and oversensitive. Perhaps some of that is true. But I’d like to prove to you, there are still many, many absolutely fantastic teenagers! Today I have the privilege of sharing some of seven-teen-year-old, Matt… Continue reading An Inspirational Teenager