Everybody has days where they are just tired. If it’s that they stayed up too late or couldn’t sleep. Middle school and high school students have this feeling every single day. Even when going to bed at a reasonable hour like 10:00, waking up at 7 o’clock to make a 7:30 bus leaves us falling … Continue reading Starting later is a start to better starts.
Day one cases in CT 283: I am looking forward to starting school-like activities again. This past week has felt like a month. Yesterday I was tasked with untangling the christmas lights. There were 18 strings in all and it was like they were all glued together. While I was untangling them the lights often … Continue reading Coronavirus day one
Day two cases in CT 618: Today my Nerf gun arrived from ebay. My parents made me put on gloves to open the box and I had to wipe down the nerf box inside of the ebay box with Lysol wipes. I took out some parts of the dun to make it better. After that … Continue reading Edward Fusco Distanced learning journal day 2
I used to have a fish. He was a good fish. But all good things must end. My fish’s name was Black Eye; he was 5 years old. One day he died. My little brother (Julian, age 6) burst into tears. I think back to when we got Black Eye. We were at Petco and … Continue reading The Fish Who Lived