Bloomfield High School

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Recent Posts

Subject: Farewell for now. ;)

Forum: Farewell for now. ;)
Hey, CNet. Happy Friday! School got cancelled for today because of the snow. I was pumped when I found out! I went snowboarding with my sister a little while ago, and it was fun. Now we're going to make some hot cocoa.

I don't think I payed close attention to the rules for this site. I didn't know that I had to be a college student (or at least a senior in high school) to reap the benefits of the scholarship prizes. I'm a junior currently, and I haven't decided where I want to go to college yet, maybe Boston University. I don't know, it depends.

I think I'm going to take a break from posting for a while. I'll still vote, but I would like to wait until I could really use the scholarship money.

Thank you for all your support, kind words, and thoughtful responses. :)

Farewell, CNet, for now. :)

-Chloe

Subject: What makes you "lose brain cells?"

Forum: What makes you "lose brain cells?"
Hey, CNet! What makes you "lose brain cells?"

One may feel they have "lost brain cells" when they have had to use lots of brain power to work on something intellectually challenging. In other cases, people may feel like they've "lost brain cells" when they are exposed to conversations, songs, etc that are remarkably ignorant and/or mind-numbing.

When I study really hard for a test with a lot of challenging content, I feel like I can't do anything else with my brain after the test because I've worked it so hard, like this week. I had a chemistry quiz today. Since I'm in honors, the quizzes and assignments are supposed to be advanced, so there was a lot of content to retain in order to do well on it. I feel like I did well on it. I have a few homework assignments to do now that I'll get to later. For now, I feel like I need to relax my brain by playing some piano, reading some things online, etc.

What about you? What things numb/exhaust your mind? In what ways?

Have a great evening! :)
-Chloe

Subject: Re: Name something that people squeeze

Forum: Name something that people squeeze
Good evening, MotivatedOne,

Fun forum!

Here's what I can think of:

People squeeze my chubby cheeks sometimes. Haha.

People usually squeeze the safety bar on rollercoaster rides out of fear of falling out.

My sister squeezes her DIY slime. (Slime is a trending science experiment that's been ALL over YouTube.)

People may squeeze the doorknob on a door and twist it if it's hard to open.

People can "squeeze" one or two more things into their schedule.

Thanks for the forum!
Have a good one! :)
-Chloe

Subject: Re: I Graduated!!!

Forum: I Graduated!!!
Good evening, Morgan,

Congratulations!

Unique is absolutely right! You worked tremendously hard for this and we have no doubt you will do great things with your brilliance, kindness, and dedication.

I'm really happy to know that you've been able to take care of your finances effectively with CNet. It must be so relieving.

I've enjoyed reading your responses to my forums, and your posts were always a delight to read and respond to as well.

We'll all miss you. I wish you the best!

I sincerely thank you for being so motivated and consistent on this site. :)

-Chloe

Subject: Re: Best thing that's happened to you this year?

Forum: Best thing that's happened to you this year?
Good evening, Jon,

Congratulations on all your accomplishments! Your parents must be so proud! I'm sure your younger self would be, too. It's always good for one to reflect on their year and assess their strengths and areas in which they could use improvement. You seem to have had a year in which all your wonderful strengths manifested themselves into huge accomplishments!

The best thing that has happened to me this year had been earning Bengal Pride for the third year in a row. The Bengal Pride award is bestowed upon students who had superior grades in all their classes. It is an award for excellence in academics and citizenship. It's the highest honor you could receive at my school. This was so fantastic for me because I'd been doubting myself as a student. I thought I had to be perfect in order to be satisfied with my academic ability. I have a 4.1 GPA, so I definitely have faith in myself.

The second best thing that happened this year had been getting my first job! I'm sixteen, and back in October, I took initiative to ask my dad if I could go for na interview to get hired at a banquet hall just a few blocks down from where I live. I walked in, talked to someone in charge, filled out an application, met my boss, and when I listed off the names of the people I knew who work there, I got hired right away! I thought that was amazing! I was eager to start working. On the first day, I picked things up quickly and it looked like I knew everything I was doing despite being new. As I've said before, getting a job was a big deal for me. It made me feel grown up, and I love feeling grown up and self sufficient. I received my first paycheck about a week ago. It was exciting, I earned quite a lot.

This year did, indeed, go by fast. I have no doubt 2019 will be a productive, fulfilling, fun year for you.

Thanks for the forum!
Have a good one. :)
-Chloe