; EAPC) powstała w maju 1997 r. Wcześniej współpraca NATO z państwami partnerskimi odbywała się w ramach istniejącej od 1991 roku Rady Paktu Północnoatlantyckiego (North Atlantic Cooperation Council – NACC).
W założeniu Rada Partnerstwa Euroatlantyckiego miała stanowić kontynuację działalności NACC i była wyrazem woli przyjęcia do NATO nowych członków. Stała się także organem, który nadzorował rozwój dialogu, współpracy i konsultacji między Paktem a partnerami Partnerstwa dla Pokoju. Ustalono, że EAPC zbierać się będzie dwa razy w roku na szczeblu ministrów spraw zagranicznych i obrony oraz raz w miesiącu w Brukseli w gronie ambasadorów.
Przedsięwzięcia podejmowane w ramach EAPC wynikają ze wspólnie wypracowywanego Planu Działań EAPC (EAPC Action Plan‘) oraz z Indywidualnych Programów Partnerskich (Individual Partnership Programme – IPP) Cheongsam Dress. Rada Partnerstwa Euroatlantyckiego otwarta jest dla wszystkich państw deklarujących wolę współpracy z Sojuszem w dążeniu do poprawy bezpieczeństwa międzynarodowego. Zakres i poziom współpracy definiowany jest indywidualnie z zainteresowanymi państwami.
Plan działania EAPC zawierał szczegółowe tematy konsultacji politycznych, jak: bezpieczeństwo, sytuacje kryzysowe, problemy regionalne, kontrola zbrojeń, proliferacja broni jądrowej, biologicznej i chemicznej oraz szerokie spektrum dotykające obronności (taktyka obronna, terroryzm, planowanie obronne, budżet wojskowy itp.). W ramach EAPC utworzono Ośrodek Koordynacyjny Pomocy w Klęskach Żywiołowych (EADRCC) oraz Euroatlantycką Jednostkę Pomocy w Klęskach Żywiołowych (EADEUR), które 29 maja 1998 roku zostały zatwierdzone przez ministrów spraw zagranicznych EAPC.
Benita L. Epstein is a prolific gag cartoonist for magazines, greeting cards, websites and newspapers. She is a regular contributor to the comic strip Six Chix, distributed by King Features Syndicate.
Before becoming a cartoonist, Epstein earned a Bachelors and a Masters in Entomology. In addition to her studies of autism, lung surfactant, photosynthesis, purine metabolism and yellow-fever mosquitoes, she assisted her husband in ecological field research at islands around the world.
As a cartoonist, she has focused on women, relationships, business, medicine, science, the travel industry, Jewish lifestyle, holidays, professors and education
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. Her cartoons have been published in hundreds of publications, including Barron’s, Better Homes and Gardens, Harvard Business Review, The New Yorker, Reader’s Digest, USA Weekend and The Wall Street Journal. For Creators Syndicate, she created the daily comics feature Drawing a Crowd, which ran from January 2002 to June 2003. In 2006, she explained her working process:
In 2009, she told interviewer Scott Nickel, „I have the grapheme form of synesthesia where letters and numbers are perceived as colors Cheongsam Dress. Others with this are the physicist Richard Feynman, Russian writer Vladimir Nabokov.“
Epstein has given drawing demonstrations to adult developmentally disabled and other handicapped students. She lives in Redding, California with her husband, stepson and their pug, Harley.
The National Cartoonists Society nominated Epstein four times for Best Magazine Gag Cartoonist and twice for Best Greeting Card Cartoonist.
Hesperia High School is a public four-year high school within the Hesperia Unified School District located in Hesperia, San Bernardino County, California. It is one of three comprehensive high schools in the district.
The school currently is enrolled with less than 2,000 students in grades 9–12. Twice has the school’s student body swelled to 4,000, forcing the HUSD to open Sultana High School, in 1995 and Oak Hills High School, in 2009. The school’s official mascot is the scorpion and the colors are Vegas Gold & Black Cheongsam Dress. Hesperia High School was the first high school to open in Hesperia, California in the fall of 1984
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, making it the oldest high school in the Hesperia Unified School District.
The high school is currently transitioning into an academy like structure. This academy will allow students to earn college credit The Kooples Clothing; however, instead of going to a separate campus students will be able to attend during school hours. This provides the advantage for the students, because they will simultaneously earn college credit and their A through G requirements in order to graduate from high school. This is the first campus to offer this type of opportunity in the high dessert.
Hesperia High School was featured in a documentary called Shakespeare High about its drama department’s success in the Shakespearean Festival in Southern California.
Data from School Year 2009-2010.
All students who attend Hesperia High School must meet the following criteria to graduate.
Overall, a student must have 220 credits accumulated from these subjects to graduate. As of the 2011-2012 school year, Hesperia High school has a graduation rate of 89.6%. (May be old so ask your counselor to make sure this is correct)
Hesperia high school has many opportunities for a student to academically challenge themselves through rigorous courses, by which it accomplishes through offering both Honors and AP courses.
Hesperia High School offers a wide variety of sports to its students. Among them are:
The school owns 8 tennis courts
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, 3 soccer fields, 2 softball fields, 2 baseball fields, and a football stadium recently constructed in 2006. In the athletic department, Hesperia High School won the 1985 girls cross country CIF championship and the 2007 softball CIF championship.
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Hesperia Broadcasting is the production company of the Broadcast Journalism class offered at Hesperia High School. Starting from the school year 2013-2014, Hesperia Broadcasting was the first in the high desert to have their newscast, Scorpion News, deliver their news with a live anchor in high definition. The first live episode was aired October 31, 2013. Not only does Hesperia Broadcasting air Scorpion News to the high school, they also film other events such as the annual sophomore Poetry Slam and Mr. Scorpion competition.
Scorpion News is a student-run newscast that films and edits video to give video announcements to the students and staff and highlight Hesperia High School. Scorpion News is part of Hesperia Broadcasting productions and was created in the 2010-2011 school year by the Broadcast Journalism teacher, Mr. Smith. Four years after its first season, it began airing news live.
Hesperia High School offers a Career, College, and Resource Center in order to assist students in finding the right path toward a better future. This includes assistance with finding the appropriate career, finding the appropriate college, receiving help with signing up for financial aid, etc. The CCRC is open to all students and any questions they may have concerning a college or career that interests them.