How to keep yourself from slacking off.
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You have a Confirmed Case. Face it, Senior year isn’t over yet and you haven’t quite walked across the stage in a cap and gown. It’s time to stop slacking and start preparing for the future!
You’re At-Risk. While you’re probably going to make it into a cap and gown at the end of the year, would it kill you to actually try to maintain that GPA you’ve worked for over the past three years?
You’re Senioritis-Free. Despite the imminent promise of graduation, you’re managing to keep your feet on the ground and your head out of the clouds. Good job — and keep up the good work. It will pay off next year when you’re not taking an 8am remedial literature class.
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Tell the truth: Have you ever missed a class?Correct 6 / 6 PointsIncorrect / 6 Points
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According to the college board, 40% of college freshmen have to take remedial classes to catch up during their first year of school. You find this information:Correct 6 / 6 PointsIncorrect / 6 Points
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For you, procrastination is:Correct 6 / 6 PointsIncorrect / 6 Points
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Good advice for someone who thinks they might be experiencing senioritis is:Correct 6 / 6 PointsIncorrect / 6 Points
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Coasting is another word for:Correct 6 / 6 Points
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The best classes to take during second semester, senior year are:Correct 6 / 6 Points
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The saddest part of leaving high school is:Correct 6 / 6 Points
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A good way to combat senioritis is to:Correct 6 / 6 Points
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When was the last time you participated in an extracurricular activity?Correct 6 / 6 Points
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What are your plans for the summer?Correct 6 / 6 Points
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It's OK to assert your rights in a non-violent manner, but keep your cool. When someone is bullying you can say, "I don't like that. I wouldn't do that to you, so I'd appreciate it if you would treat me the same way I would treat you." Then walk away and ignore the bully.
Be confident. Walk with your head held high and show the bully that you are not vulnerable to the taunts and teasing.
Join a group. Bullies rarely attack groups -- and at the same time you will have found a network of students who can offer support and help boost your self-esteem. So whether it's the French club, the drama club or the school choir, find something you are interested in and join.
If the bullying happens at school, find an adult on campus that you can call on in case of an emergency. They can also listen and offer advice to help you cope with the stress.
Resist the temptation to bully back. Many teen bullies admit to once being bullied themselves, but they decided to turn the tables and start hurting people before they could be hurt instead.