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HMS State of the School

[SIDE CONVERSATION] Good afternoon. Good afternoon. Good afternoon and welcome. I’m no longer a new dean. I know the novelty has worn off. So I think it’s a testament to your commitment to Harvard Medical School that you’ve all taken the time out of your busy schedules to be here, or it could be that…

By Stanley Isaacs January 27, 2020 0

Bayside HS Graduation – Class of 2018

I present to you that they said high school and Health Sciences Academy class of 2018 please stand at this time as our graduates process into the auditorium Welcome to the 2018 graduation ceremony of Bayside High School and Health Sciences Academy please remain standing for the presentation of colors this afternoon’s color guard is…

By Stanley Isaacs January 25, 2020 0

What Nature Can Teach Us About Life

As a student of life I believe intelligence manifests itself not through expression or formality but through observation and genuine curiosity Observing nature is always an awe-inspiring, spiritual experience for me I could sit and watch waves crash for hours The ocean, in particular, reminds me how incredibly fascinating our planet is and how little…

By Stanley Isaacs January 18, 2020 30

Learning How to Drive – Daily Devotion

I REMEMBER TEACHING MY KIDS TO DRIVE. IT WAS ONE THING TO EXPLAIN THE MECHANICS OF HOW TO DRIVE FROM THE DRIVER’S SEAT, AND AN ALTOGETHER DIFFERENT EXPERIENCE HAVING THEM ACTUALLY DRIVE AND FOR ME TO SIT ON THE PASSENGER SIDE. THERE’S ONLY ONE STEERING WHEEL AND THE DRIVER ULTIMATELY DETERMINES WHERE THE CAR GOES.…

By Stanley Isaacs January 18, 2020 2

Graduation Speech

MISTER DEAN, ACADEMIC SECRETARY, HEADS OF DEPARTMENT, GRADUATED COMPANIONS, FAMILIES AND FRIENDS, GOOD NIGHT TO ALL. IT IS AN HONOR TO SAY SOME WORDS THAT I BELIEVE, THAT REPRESENTE TO WHO WE GRADUATE TODAY. THIS IS A DAY OF MUCH JOY FOR ALL OF US. FINISH A STAGE OF A LOT OF EFFORT. A STAGE…

By Stanley Isaacs January 17, 2020 0

How are Minnesota Schools Funded?

– [Narrator] We have great schools here in Minnesota, serving our youngest learners in early childhood family education and preschool programs, to our K-12 programs and beyond with adult education. Districts have people working hard to maintain and build programs that help learners of all ages. This, of course, requires money to operate. But how…

By Stanley Isaacs January 14, 2020 0