Interviewing April Cherry: Rescuee

Samantha V., Contributer

May 10, 2018

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Warning: THIS IS ALL FRAUD! Thank you. (The story) Miss Cherry was lost in a forest February 12, 2018. It has been a full month since she was stuck in the forest. At 2:30 after finishing lunch decided to go in the forest with...

A Day in the Classroom by Nolan James

May 10, 2018

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A Day in the Classroom Usually when you think of a class you think of teacher talking, and you doing boring worksheet and notes all class. Not in this newspaper class it can be chaotic, but the teacher Ms.Hitzeman does a pretty...

The World Through My Eyes by Natalie Z.

Natalie Zamiska, Contributor

May 10, 2018

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Every other day at Tabb Middle School, during 2nd block, 9:35 to 11:07 am. I come to Newspaper/ Mass Media. As an elective, I got to select it. I go to lab 402 and enter the door with the inspirational puppy poster. As soon as...

The Chorus Trip by Sofie Hart

Sofir Hart, Contributor

March 11, 2018

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Last year on a normal Friday in May, people who were in chorus had an opportunity to go to Kings Dominion for a reward ceremony for competition. I was included in this and when I sat down on the bus, the trip began. We first had...

First Sight by Eden Weygandt

March 11, 2018

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“Happy Birthday!” Nana said as I got into her black car. It was my birthday and my grandma was picking me up from school early. I looked at Nana’s short blond hair and sparkly gay shirt. Her clothes were always nice....

Another Way to Lose a Tooth by Ryan Melroy

March 11, 2018

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There are many ways to lose a tooth, but I think my brother invented one a couple years ago. On a night when I was about 6 years old, me and my brother were having a pillow fight. This was one of my favorite activities to do at...

The Scariest Thing to Ever Happen to Me by Joshua Lutz

Joshua Lutz, Contributer

March 11, 2018

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One night when I was around 6 years old, I was playing with my new plastic toy tractor that I had gotten for my birthday the day before. The tractor was gold and made of plastic. I was ecstatic since my parents hadn’t let me...

My Sprained Ankle by Datrell James

March 11, 2018

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It all started when me and my friends were having a contest on who could jump the highest. Whoever won would get 20 dollars from every person. I was thinking about all the things I could buy with that money. 120 dollars...

A Shattered Day by Natalie Zamiska

Natalie Zamiska, Contributor

March 11, 2018

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“Chhhhhhhhh…” The sound of rain pouring down on the roof of the yellow bus was enchanting. It was luring me to sleep as we were on our way to school. I was an exhausted 1st grader going to a German immersion school. As I was dr...

Fire in the Toaster by Adrian Legaretta

Adrian Legarreta, Contributor

March 11, 2018

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I was four or five-years old when this all happened, short haired, small, and expert counter climbing abilities. Being an energetic kindergartener, I was always curious on how thing work, thinking this way fueled my ability to...

A Hard Fall by Preston Short

Preston Short, contributor

March 11, 2018

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On a bright sunny day at the pool, I was going to try the newly installed slide at the Coventry pool, but what I didn’t know, is that something life-threatening was going to happen. I was 4 when I woke up I decided it was a...

The Tire Swing by Lena Shandor

Lena Shandor

March 11, 2018

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There is a story behind why I wear braces. It all started back in kindergarten. I lived in a small town in North Carolina. My class was on a field trip. We were walking around the town. There was a lot of stuff that we did but...

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