Monthly Archives: November 2017

Student Perspective: Girls Take A Risk, Build Confidence

By Ellie H. Look around. Now, how many girls do you see? Ok, now girls. All of us want to leave a footprint behind, am I right? All of us want to change the world in our own way. Leave … Continue reading

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What Are You Thankful For This Year?

By Theodore N. Thanksgiving is right around the corner we all should be thankful and appreciative that we are more fortunate than other people. Some people do not have a roof over their heads and a loving family. I asked … Continue reading

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Open Letter From The Music Department

  Hello All, It is my pleasure to invite you all to the upcoming performances for the Music Department. The music students appreciate you being able to come out and support them. Performance #1 – Nov. 30th at the Torrance Memorial Holiday … Continue reading

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Poetry Corner: “What Thanksgiving Stands For”

By Kristina J. Trust, what the Pilgrims had so many years ago Harvest, the settlers learned to grow America, the land in which we live Nature and beauty which we live Kindness, gentle words, thoughtful deeds Smiles, the sunshine everyone … Continue reading

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Poetry Corner: “Broken”

By Karina F. Why did everything have to be Too beautiful and perfect for me too see I should’ve known it was coming just as you were about to kneel That everything was just too perfect to be close to … Continue reading

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Poetry Corner: “Seasons”

By Skye R. As Halloween says goodbye Lattes go away with the smell of pumpkin pie Thanksgiving will come by As fluffy birds soar high in the sky Winter coats everywhere While the smell of warm fire fills the air … Continue reading

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Poetry Corner: “Within Reach”

By Karina F. The whole world is in your hands, and dreams within reach All you have to do is try and believe A world of harm and a world of beauty With loving people, rude people, and opportunity Some … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: Snapchat vs. Instagram

By Kristina J. and Alex P. Which do you prefer? Instagram or Snapchat? Twenty people were asked the same exact question. Instagram or Snapchat, and the results were surprising when we compared them to our research. When we asked twenty … Continue reading

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Poll: Which Do You Prefer…Swimming In A Pool Or The Ocean?

  By Kristina J. Pool or Ocean? Which one do you like to swim in the most? Twenty-four people at Richardson were asked the same exact question. When I did some research I realized that the comparisons aren’t as close … Continue reading

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Pazaaz Your Room

By Karina F. Let’s be real, we are in our rooms almost all the time. If you room doesn’t have sparkle or is super boring, this is the article to read! Diy Banners! An awesome way to fill up any … Continue reading

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Congratulations To The Students Of The Month

We are proud of you! 

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Poetry Corner: “Grow Up”

By Karina F. The wonderful times and so much to play As interviews and work stands in our way All those amazing memories we have stored and kept Learning our life lessons step by step No problems, so young, reckless … Continue reading

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Let’s Go To The Movies

By Katie S. Many good movies came out this year. If you don’t go to movie theaters a lot, maybe you haven’t seen them yet, but these movies are still definitely worth watching. Wonder Woman   Rated PG-13. Rotten Tomatoes: … Continue reading

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Iran-Iraq Earthquake Makes Californians Think

By Luke C. On Sunday, November 12, at 9:48 a.m., a very powerful earthquake shook the Middle Eastern nations of Iran and Iraq, killing more than 530 people and injuring thousands more.  The quake was the deadliest of this year, … Continue reading

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Thank You To Our Veterans

By Luke C. November 11th, Veterans day.  You know this as a day of remembrance to all Americans who have served in the military.  But how did this start, and what is the significance of this holiday? This holiday’s date … Continue reading

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Book Room Gets A Facelift!

After hours of sorting, Lynda Williams organizes the Book Room.  Thank you Lynda, for all of your hard work!  

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Thud! Boom! Construction!

  Then   Now By Annabelle H. Before construction echoed throughout the school campus and became a part of our accustomed routine, although an annoyance to everyone, the school was nothing like it is today. Can you imagine the school … Continue reading

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There’s An App For That!

By Amber K. Everyone is addicted to their phone. Why? Because of the amazing apps that they have have downloaded.  TBH is a new app that everyone is gushing about. TBH is an app where there is a question and … Continue reading

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Make An Impression With Fall Rice Krispy Treats

By Jodi Yoshihara Eating delicious treats is fun, but making them is even better! Learn how to make a quick and easy treat that will make your mouth water! Rice Krispies are a delicious treat to eat, but what about … Continue reading

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Easy Snacks To Make At Home

By Kristina J. When you get home from school are you hungry but, you just don’t know what you want to eat? Here are some easy homemade snacks, and some can be used in your lunch! Mini Grape Kabob- You … Continue reading

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Is Coke The Right Choice For You?

People normally wonder what makes Coca Cola so addicting. Some say that there is an artificial sweetener that makes people want more and more of it. Others say that the people who drink the substance get on a daily bases. … Continue reading

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What’s In A Dream?

By Sally M. Have you ever woken up from a weird dream and wondered what it means? Well, Listverse has made a list of common dreams and their meanings: Car Trouble  These dreams can haunt anyone’s sleep – even people who … Continue reading

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Backpack Attack

By Ellie H. Got a heavy backpack? Do you feel like your back is carrying an elephant? Every time you put down your backpack, do you feel less tense? Because of heavy backpacks, can we get scoliosis? You must have … Continue reading

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Coming To Theaters Near You

By Amber K. Grab your popcorn and your soda, because it’s movie time! There are some great movies that are coming out that are must-sees! Everyone loves movies, so let me tell you about the new movies that are soon … Continue reading

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Dodgers Lose To The Astros In Game 7

By Dominic B. On November 1st, the Dodgers lost the 2017 world series against the Astros in Game 7 at Dodger’s stadium. The score was five to one. The Astros scored two runs in the first inning and three more in … Continue reading

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Student Council Kids

Amanda M. – Secretary Katie C.- Vice President Carly F.- Treasurer Jenna G.- President Thanks to these ladies for making a difference at RMS by being on the School Council. 

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Some Of The Best Remain Anonymous

By Katie S. and Kristina J. Many students at Richardson are very smart and work very hard in school. Some students, though, really stand out. One example of a good student that always tries to reach their goals, who will … Continue reading

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Story Corner: “Forgotten”

By Ellie H. and Sally M. Ellie- The huge hospital light blinds you as you’re finally born into the world. You hear crying from these strange people holding you, but what you don’t know is that they are happy. Happy … Continue reading

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Turner, Uber Driver In Her Spare Time?

By Emily D. and Skye R. Have you met Mrs. Wendy Turner? Maybe you’ve seen her in classroom twelve or watching her kids play sports. If you haven’t met her, here’s a bit about Turner! Turner has three kids. She … Continue reading

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Photo Album: Halloween

       

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Meet Ms. Markovich

  By Skye  R. and Emily D. Ms. Stephanie Markovich is another teacher we interviewed. Here are some crazy facts about her! Markovich’s favorite color is hot pink, which fills her classroom. She loves it so much! We were wondering … Continue reading

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Go Dodger Blue!

  By Elliot L. The Dodgers have just won Game 6 of the world series, forcing a Game 7 against the Houston Astros. Game 7, tonight will be played at 5:20PM, at Dodger’s Stadium. The starters pitching will be Lance … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: Cotillion, A Fun Way To Learn Etiquette

By Skye R. Cotillion is a fun way to learn etiquette with your friends! Also you can practice for dancing when you’re older! The first Cotillion this year was on October 16, 2017. I attended it along with some of … Continue reading

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Tips To Improve Brain Memory

By Marina M. These study tricks and tips will help your brain remember information quicker and easier.  Here are a few tips to try for expanding brain memory.  Take a walk before a test or exam. It has been proven … Continue reading

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Poetry Corner: “Fall Poem”

By Karina F. That wonderful feeling of fall spreads around Smiling, laughing as leaves drift to the ground The smell of pumpkin spice sends a smile As leaves keep falling, stacking into a pile The sight of pumpkin patches send … Continue reading

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