By: Matthew J
The Olympic Games are on! With the torch lit it’s every man and women for themselves. The USA team started out with a bang, showing off over 200 contestants, ready to win and have the time of their lives! In the six days since the games started the US have scored 12 medals,placing them in the Top 5 for the medal standings with 4 gold medals, 2 silver medals, and 6 bronze medals. So far Germany is Number 1 in the medal standings 7 gold medals. That is a great number with only six days into the games. Many people will try their hardest, but sadly, some will not prevail. Although the only thing that matters to these people is that they try their hardest. They might lose but they will not be put down, no, they will train harder for four years until they try again, but this time they’ll be bigger, better, stronger, and wiser. Everybody cheer for these contestants, for their family, and for the many who will struggle for they will rise up to try again and again and again until they win with smiles on their faces.
By: Matthew J
By: Grace Bougher
On Wednesday, February fifth... you won't need a pencil! This is called Digital Learning Day. Where students and teachers are challenged to survive the day without paper. Sounds great doesn't it!? Maybe not for me... I love to draw. lol.
Hopefully you don't have art on this day...... Better ask your art teacher to teach you the art of technology instead! Don't just suppose your teachers know about this! This is new even to me. If it isn't new to you, please TELL your teacher about it just in case! If your teacher gives you a test sheet or something on Wednesday, don't just say "What the heck? Today is DLD day!" Seriously!
TELL YOUR TEACHER FIRST! Geez people. Tell your friends, parents, teachers, siblings, and pets! Especially if you know any students from a different school.
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Hey everyone! Guess what's coming up?? Digital Learning Day! On this day students and teachers are challenged to survive the day without paper! Millions do this every year. Spread the news! Tell a teacher, student, friend or post #DLDay. The event will take place on Wednesday, February fifth. To find out more information, go to