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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Killing of Teenage Boy Shocks Neighborhood

The 7th grade class just finished reading a great novel by S.E. Hinton called The Outsiders. Then, we were supposed to write a newspaper article on an important even in the story. Here is the article that I wrote. Yesterday, a teenage boy, identified by his friends as Bob was killed in gang violence. The … Continue reading »

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Miracles Taken for Granted

We are soon to celebrate the Jewish holiday called Chanukah. Chanukah is all about miracles. I definitely believe in miracles because I see them everyday wether big or small. A miracle I have experienced in my life was being born. The gift of life is the largest miracle of all. Being given life has helped … Continue reading »

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Story with Holes

Question: Romeo and Juliet are dead on the floor. They are in a room locked from the inside. There is wind blowing through a window and in the room there is a table, a puddle, and some broken a glass. How did they die? Answer: Romeo and Juliet are fish. The wind blew their fish … Continue reading »

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Story With Holes

Question: A policeman is walking past a room. The window is too high to look into but he hear someone say, “No John, don’t!” Then there is a gunshot. He rushes in to see a body on the floor with a gun beside it. In the room is a doctor, a lawyer, and a priest. … Continue reading »

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Thanksgiving Unmasked

Last week I helped make Thanksgiving possible for a lot of under privileged families all over Jacksonville. We did this because we need to experience the giving part of Thanksgiving and not just celebrating it with our family, but making it possible for every family throughout Jacksonville. Some of the people we delivered to didn’t … Continue reading »

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