May 6th, 2003 on

WNYE 91.5 FM

The EDP Class of

Pacific High School


In The WNYE Studio

My name is Annah Boxill I recently came to Pacific in October. I came from the island of Barbados in August of 2002. I lived there most of my life, but I was born in the U.S. my hobbies are reading and listening to music. At first I joined Teen Talk because of the credit I would receive, but I found that Teen Talk is interesting and very entertaining, it's teaching me about everyday life. In the end Teen Talk made things that were already in my mind become more clear.

Carlene 19 Pacific High School Brooklyn, NY I love listening to rap music and I love to dance. My favorite music artists are Nelly and Aaliyah. I decided to do Teen Talk because I thought it would be fun, exciting and it would give me a chance to be on the radio. I always wanted to go to school and major in communications and become a radio personality. This experience motivated me more to become a radio personality. Teen Talk also helped me to get over me fears at working in a group. My teacher made me get involved with other groups and to see things from another point of view. Being in front of a microphone and having thousand of people listening to your point of view and sharing their thoughts and comments. I love to be heard and having people respond to me in positive and negative ways. Also I love to have fun, crack a few jokes and play music. I loved Teen Talk and if I could I'd do it over and not change a thing.

My name is Cynthia Jean-Jacques and I am a current senior attending Pacific High School. Leaving a regular high school was pretty rough for me, but that was an obstacle I had to over come. Joining Teen Talk was one contributor to my achievements in doing well. As a student as well as a team member. Me being in an alternative school expanded my experience. Not only do I learn the basic materials to earn a diploma, but now I can say I helped to organized and produce a radio talk show for teens.

My name is Duwaun White. I am 18 years old. I was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. I am a senior at Pacific High School. I am a very open person, what I mean by this is that I am very open to different types of music, and clothing. I like to skateboard, draw, wrestle and party. I'm very athletic. I would like to be an actor in the future. I'm going to college in September. I would like to get into animation or psychology.

My name is Marvin Dure. I currently attend Pacific High School and currently in my senior year. I'm into automotive technology and computer engineering. I like to play basketball, bowling, baseball, wild out, write poems, write songs, listen to most types of music, think, help people out with their problems, and just be me. I'm more of a laid back type of person. Funny, witty, intelligent, loving, emotional, trustworthy, honest, and crazy. I have mild turrets and semi-skitzo. I don't smoke or drink. I'm open to learn new things, intellectual-wise. All my friends know me by SyC, just a name that describes myself. All in all, I'm a nice person to get along with. Pacific High School is a pretty small school consisting of about 800 students roughly. There are many opportunities given within the school. Extra curricular activities are set abroad for the students' benefit. Most of the teachers help the class to understand the work that is given. And the relationship between teachers and students are very good, in terms of understanding.

My name is Meesha Daniels I'm 18 years old, born in Brooklyn, but now reside in Queens. I have attended Pacific High School for a year and a half and will be graduating in June 2003. I received an undergraduate admissions letter from Sullivan County Community College for me to attend their school, to major in Culinary Arts in the fall of 2003. My hobbies are reading and cooking , that's what I enjoy. Pacific High School has a lot of different after school activities and the one that interest me most was Teen Talk. In Teen Talk we talked about life as young ladies and gentlemen and what we have learned and experienced. I enjoyed doing the Teen Talk Live radio show and other topics like peer-pressure and abuse. What I liked most about being in Teen Talk was being able to communicate with my peers and my instructor and still have fun.

My name is Redd I'm an 18 years old male from Brooklyn, NY. I live in a single parent home with my mom. My mom means the world to me even though we don't get along. I'm turning 19 this month and I hope to graduate by June. I really need to get me life started while I'm still in school. I don't feel like I'm living, I guess I decided to be serious too late in life and now I'm behind and need to catch up. I'm not prepared for the future at this moment it's all a blur I hope that I can get a job where I can support myself. I'm not too much of an open person, I feel like if people know too much they can use it against me so I pretty much keep to myself. I hope I enlightened you a little on who I am.

My name is Shan'ee, I am 19 years old and was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY I live with my mother and brother in Red Hook Houses. I attend Pacific High School as a senior. I will be graduating in June. I will be attending my first year of college in the fall. I was the point guard for Pacific's girls basketball team. We made it to the championship but came out as runner up, we lost. Teen Talk was a new experience for me. I actually enjoyed working with the other members of Teen Talk. Our topic "Sexuality in the Teenage Community" was very interesting for me because I'm a homosexual myself. I felt just as comfortable as the guest on out show. It was great hearing different views from different people. For those reading this stay up and be who you want to be don't let anyone bring you down. One Love Shan'ee

My name is Tashaneil I'm 18 years old and have been attending Pacific H.S. for 6 months now. I was born in Montego Bay, Jamaica. I love listening to music, I think music is the greatest thing put n this earth. People think I'm very out going person, I think so too. The reason I joined Teen Talk was at first, just to get a credit. Getting to know more about the people in the program was a wonderful experience. I hope to do so again.


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