My 8th Grade Graduation Speech February 10, My mom was looking through my old school docs and passed this along…talk about nostalgia. Grammatical errors aside, I owe a big thanks to bright-eyed year-old Lucy for this inspirational pick-me-up: As we sit here today, our middle school careers are coming to a close right before our very eyes.
Change is Inevitable Graduation Speech Grade: Change is inevitable for everyone. For the grade 8 graduating class ofall areas of our lives are about to change.
All our lives are filled with challenges in all areas, and we must begin to take control of our futures. We are about to begin a new educational journey in high school and so we reflect on the journey we have had through elementary school.
We are all on a journey, consisting of many different phases. As we gather here tonight, it is with the knowledge that we have completed a major phase in our lives, and that we are about to embark on a new voyage.
The change is inevitable, what is not inevitable is how we choose to handle it. Change for us began in Septemberwhen we were expected to become the leaders of St Michaels.
All of a sudden we were the oldest and the most mature students in the school. We have been through many things together, school dances, confirmation, crazy hair days, and a most memorable trip to Quebec.
Through our confirmation preparation we learned to take responsibility for ourselves as young catholic students, and when we were confirmed, we received the 7 gifts of the sacrament. These gifts will help us to shape our futures.
During our retreat at our church we learned to communicate with each other in a very positive way. We all enjoyed our weekly confirmation preparation and it brought us all closer together. In grade 7, we had a very enjoyable trip to Quebec City.
We saw many beautiful sights and learned a lot of historical facts about this amazing city. I am sure that for many of us, we will never forget the 9 hour bus ride there and back and that we will always have as fond memories of that, as we do of the wonderful city.
We have enjoyed so many different theme days in the school and in our class. Remember pajamas day, when a certain boy in our class came to school in a woman's nightgown and a wig with hair curlers?
If you forget who you are, Mike James we have pictures! We have had so many extra curricular activities through the year to be grateful for. From school and class dances, to the French Cafe where we actually were the waiters and waitresses and all the concerts and sports activities in which we participated.
The sports teams all enjoyed excellent records of sportsmanship and enjoyment which of course, is better than any record of wins and losses. We have enjoyed every minute of these activities, and we have learned to respect and appreciate our teachers, our coaches and our teammates.
This grade 8 year has passed by as the fastest of our academic years. We have learned to take care of each other and to respect each other's feelings. It has become apparent to us not to waste one minute of one day, in school as in life.
We have been given, and will continue to be given by our school system, the necessary tools and training to help us to become skilled, creative and flexible adults of the future.
We all have within our grasp the capacity to adapt to the changes we will face in life. At last it dawned on me that these obstacles WERE my life.
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Best 25+ Funny graduation speeches ideas on Pinterest | Speech about teenage life, Award speech and Speech for graduation. An Example Outline of a Speech -The Power of Words ; The topic for your speech - ESU's guidance for speakers(2) Change is Inevitable (Graduation Speech) Grade: 8 | Year: This grade 8 year has passed by as the fastest of our academic years.
We have learned to take care of each other and to respect each other's feelings. What are some examples of speech ideas for an 8th grade presentation? Can you give me a 6 word memoir for 8th grade graduation? What makes a good graduation speech? A graduation speech, also known as a commencement address, is a type of speech that is addressed to graduating students during their commencement rites.
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Ellen DeGeneres at Tulane, Don't worry about your grade, or the results, or success. Even though this isn't technically a graduation speech, we're still. Grade 8 Graduation Speech Hello, graduating class of !
Good evening and welcome to all the parents and families who have came to this graduation ceremony today. Our parents are the people who know us the best in the whole world, even if that seems hard to believe, it’s true.