About Me

 

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Hi, my name is Jamie and I’m 12 years old. My birthday is December 7th, 2001. The first thing you should know about me is that I live in the sunny state of Florida and I love the beach and the outdoors. I go to the Martin J. Gottlieb Day School, and I am in 7th grade. I was also recently elected the president of student council, which I am very excited about. This blog is a school blog where I post assignments like math posts, reflections, reviews, and all of that jazz. I will try to make this blog as interesting as possible while including all of the requirements for each assignment. I hope you enjoy and keep blogging!

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6 thoughts on “About Me

  1. avatarstephanie.t

    Jamie, I really enjoyed reading about you and your interests. I am thrilled that our school is “Going Green” and I think it is a great move in the right direction. I didn’t realize you were so passionate about recycling. Maybe you could be our “Class Helper” for recycling. What do you think about that?

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  2. avatarZaida Bielski

    Jamie,
    You did a great job on your blog. It is good to hear that your are so proud of your school and the goals that the school and you enshrine.

    I am particularly proud of your commitment to your school, your family and your community through Jewish learning, sports and dancing.

    BTW, I love Boogie!

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    1. avatarJamie

      I really do enjoy helping my school out. This school is like my second home! If you really think about it, I’m at my home everyday. I’m at school just about everyday, so it’s a big deal to me to help my school not only as just being a student and improving my learning skills, but as the student council secretary.

      I’ve always been big about saving trees and recycling, but in the past, we haven’t been very good about it at school. That is why, like I said, we are getting a bigger recycling bins so kids can actually SEE the bin.

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  3. avatarariellat

    You are doing great with your blog! Love it!

    If you want to go to my blog mjgds.org/students/ariellat

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