Monthly Archives: May 2014

A letter from Ron

This entry was written by Ron Walton, a student in the Adult Education Program who earned his GED last year.    Growing up in Trenton and seeing first hand what the streets can do to you has shown me a way of life I’ve become accustomed to living, but after changing my life direction and […]

“All people in prison are bad!”

This entry was written by Christopher Wayda, a student in the Adult Education Program, on the topic of “something that you once thought to be true, but your opinion changed.” “All people in prison are bad!” By Christopher Wayda I once thought that all people in prison were bad people. Due to the fact that […]

Have an Attitude of Gratitude

This entry was written by Rhonda Davis, a student in the Adult Education Program.   Have an Attitude of Gratitude What I am grateful for and why I am grateful that God has given me another chance at life. It has been four years since I have been home on Thanksgiving. Even though I am […]