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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Passing Over Mt. Carmel

This week for our mitzvah trip, the middle school went to a retirement home for Jewish senior citizens called Mt. Carmel. Mt Carmel was established in 1973 and is one of the older retirement homes in Jacksonville. A lot of the people who live there are from Russia or other foreign countries. Most people don’t … Continue reading »

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Testing Blues

The whole week in math, our class was reviewing for the big Chapter Nine Test that went over all the material we had learned in that chapter. Some of it I understood and some of it I did not. For instance, I understood finding probability, estimating probability, theoretical probability, odds and things like that. One … Continue reading »

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Blind Spot for People in To Kill a Mockingbird

1. Aunt Alexandra- Aunt Alexandra has some very major blind spots in this story. For instance, she thinks that the only thing Scout should be is a lady. She knows that Scout hates to be ladylike, but she will not let it go. She also thinks that they do not need Calpurnia in their house … Continue reading »

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Philip of Macedonia and Alexander the Great

        Philip of Macedonia King Philip of Macedonia was born in 382 BCE and died in 336 BCE. He was the youngest son of Amyntas II and was born in a city called Pella. In Philip’s early years, he was sent to Thebes for three years to make sure that Macedonia did … Continue reading »

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