Name: Leo Gorder Date: 6/13/22 Class: 3 Teacher: Jockers Crisis It had been weak like any other. At this point, I was just a normal 6th grader. We all were. Just floating through life, running from class to class with some sense of responsibility. We had no idea of the coming storm. The worst thing … Continue reading My Memoir
Last year on a cold day in Chicago, Illinois my alarm went off telling me that it was time to get up. The date was November 23rd and it was the date we would be Going to drive to South Bend , Indiana to see the Notre Dame Fighting Irish play their rival Boston College … Continue reading Free write: My trip to Notre Dame
“Why do we have to leave?” It was a cold Sunday in December. Today was the day that we were going to my cousin’s party. A birthday party in fact. It was really exciting because I would also be receiving presents because it was around Christmas. As we arrived most people were already there. We … Continue reading Free -Write:The dog in the box
Through the years and how technology of smartphones has developed with our generation, our view on punctuation has somehow changed… when texting. Some sentences might be over-thought just because someone put a period, even though that’s how you’re supposed to end a sentence. People remember how other people text, like their friends. When their friends … Continue reading Texting & Punctuation
We were halfway through summer when my mom had an idea to go to Canada. I thought it would be a great idea so we went. I remember packing the car then starting the 8 hour drive through mostly New York. We made about several stops before reaching the border where we could see Niagara … Continue reading First time leaving the country.
Every single day students are coming home with tiredness and disappointment on their face from school, and work. They just want to be done with the day, relax and do there after school activities. According to censuv.gov Nearly 6 out of 10 kids have an after school activity such as sports, and that’s not to … Continue reading No student should feel overworked about homework
I have had a lot of free time on my hands lately with all this quarantine stuff so I’ve been playing a game called entry point. Entry point is a mission based, tactical, infiltration game where you can go loud which is where you bring everything you have and complete the objectives police will show … Continue reading Entry Point
I remember the day we got out of school being excited to not have to go to school for the next week. How we would have a week break out of school and then everything would pass over. Well, I was obviously so very wrong. I didn’t realize how scary, and stressful COVID-19 was at … Continue reading COVID-19 Thoughts
Today I was nervous because I did not know what to expect. I was looking forward to doing the online school because I like having things to do. Lately I have been going outside and building. I just finished a wooden clock that I have been trying to build for a while now. I was … Continue reading Day 1 of not going to school.
It has been awhile since we have been to school, but I have to admit I have been having fun while being home and not in school. My family has been doing well and rarely leaving the house. I have been going outside a lot. Going on walks with my family and my french bulldog. … Continue reading Distance Learning Day 1
It just got done raining for two day which meant I was more bored than usual. I couldn’t go outside and do anything, like shooting, running, playing basketball, or anything else. But I’m starting to get used to online school and the work we have to do, it’s actually pretty easy, especially when you have … Continue reading Distance Learning Day 5 -Stryder Hanson
Of course, with the current situation, I can understand why they would close schools, but in my opinion, everyone is simply overreacting. Yes, while we should take precautions and should quarantine and treat people, I do believe that many people are panicking way too much, especially with the panic buying and stores getting cleared out. … Continue reading Distance Learning Day 1: COVID-19 And The Economy
It was a regular summer morning and I was doing front flips on my huge couch thinking I was like the gymnasts in the olympics. Simone Biles was my favorite gymnast on the USA women’s gymnastics. I wished I could be like her. I would do flips over and over again on my couch like … Continue reading Almost Got it
If you watched the Super Bowl this year even if you’ve heard about it you’d know it’s one of the worst Super Bowls in history, things like being the lowest viewed super bowl in a decade according to Fortune, the halftime show being complete rubbish with maroon 5 being in it according to The New … Continue reading Play Sweet Victory at the next Super Bowl
I was at an afterschool activity when a couple students took “Make America Great Again” hats out of their lockers. This bothered me. Recently, the MAGA hat has become an extremely controversial topic. MAGA hats were involved in a racial standoff between a native man and high schoolers recently. What bothers me about the hat … Continue reading Was America Ever Great?
It’s a Saturday night, around 8:30 p.m. I turn on the TV, and flip throughout the channels until I reach channel 23. ION Television. They usually play Law and Order; SVU. The show that brings crime, drama, and the criminal justice system to every single episode. However, at the end of each episode at least … Continue reading What is The Purpose of Prison?
Recently I finished reading What Waits in The Woods, a 273-page mystery book, by Kieran Scott. Kieran Scott is a young adult author, born in New Jersey. I decided to read this book because I’m really into reading mysteries. I find them really entertaining. While I’m reading them, it’s like I’m picturing a small movie … Continue reading Letter Essay #7- Madeline Longo
A week or two ago I read an article titled Organovo Gets Orphan Drug Designation for 3D Printed Liver Tissue, Anne Freier on the Fifth of January this year. This article was published on “All3DP.com,” which basically posts new articles about 3D printing and electronics every day. I chose to read this article for a … Continue reading Tyler Harris, Letter Essay 6
Ava Lambo Mr Jockers Period 3 ILA February 2,2018 Camp Fire(d) The whole camp had changed, everyone was upset kids were crying (1 day earlier) Over the summer I went to Camp Berger with some of my best friends Keely, Hannah, Jenna, and Samantha. It was my first time at a sleepaway camp and … Continue reading Camp Fire(d) – Ava Lambo
Bad luck I woke up with a jolt, Something had turned on the motion detector light. Who was there, I thought to myself. I told myself it was probably just my cat. I went back to sleep, unsure if what I was saying was true. The next time I woke up I heard clicking … Continue reading Bad Luck