Tag Archives: Apprentices

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

Austin: You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain.  I can do those things because I’m not a hero, not like the other superheroes of the week.  I can share my reward; that’s … Continue reading

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Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

Just like last year, Jenny was the last student waiting for her dad to pick her up after program. And just like last year, she felt bad about it. Jenny: This always happens to me. I’m always the last to … Continue reading

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Why We Do What We Do: The Gina Edition

She’s organizing a clothing drive at Cradles to Crayons; she went to Harvard’s summer program and excelled in musical theatre.  She was also a self-described “tough student to work with” at the Irving campus in Boston.  What? Want to learn more … Continue reading

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So Many Top Dogs…

“Ms. Robertson, can I nominate a Top Dog based on our apprenticeship today?” Not only was Lilly working hard during our apprenticeship last week– she was also noticing Sierra and wanting to recognize her effort. I told Lilly that students … Continue reading

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