Make sure that you have all homework from the weekend
completed before going to school, help younger brothers and
sisters get ready, be helpful to your parents (They have enough
trouble just making a living so that all the family can eat and
have a place to live and clothes to wear). Turn in your
homework as soon as you can in the mornings.
Make sure your homework is complete and that you turn it in
as soon as you can at school. Try to be friendly at all times
because others have their own worries without your adding to
them with a bad attitude. Help others with their work if the
teacher thinks that you can.
Turn in your homework and get ready to help another person
do something good today. Try to do a RANDOM ACT OF
KINDNESS today. That means try to help someone just
because you can.
Turn in homework early because the teacher has to grade it
before going home for the night. Make sure that you get several
books to carry home to read over the weekend. You can do
that in the evening just before bed or first thing in the morning
during breakfast. Try to get younger brothers and sisters
interested in reading too. That way they will have an easier time
when they get to where you are now.
Welcome, Please, Look us over
Make sure that your homework is ready to turn in this
morning as soon as you get to school. Help straighten up
around the classroom before class and then behave all day.
Make this a day to be proud of. Discuss with your parents
what you learned today when you all get home.
Women in Trucking
Helping women that are associated
with the trucking industry. It helps
them with issues concerning
workplace, equipment and personal.
Please visit the QUIZPAGE for some fun and learning.
|Welcome to my newest class.
Mr Stephane Loas and class in
This is the coach that I drive for Trucker Charity Inc.
We are a non-profit organization that helps truck drivers and their families
when they are having a bad time while on the road. We do several things to try
to help our nations drivers,
When they are hurt while on the road and can't take public transportation (bus,
train, plane) and their families can't afford or arrange for their transportation,
we provide a ride home for them and their goods that they had with them while
on the road.
We provide them with public transportation when we can if they are just having
trouble due to job loss or injury or accident.
We provide them with "life coaching" to try to help them manage money more
efficiently and to plan ahead.
We provide "mentoring" for the times when they just need to talk to a friend.
We provide "the last ride home" for drivers or family members that have
passed away while away from home. We take the remains or the ashes from
where they are to their home at no charge to the families and we present the
family with a flag and the thanks for their service to the transportation industry
and the nation.
We also help to support food banks in several locations so that drivers who
are having a bad time can get three days food for free to help them get back on
|Come by booth
at the GATS Show
Aug 27-29 in Dallas, TX to see
the AMCOACH and myself
and visit some.