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8th Graders React To The Field Trip To The Holocaust Museum

Students in Mrs. Joelle Connor’s class were asked, “What is your reaction, comment or opinion about your experience at the Museum of Tolerance?”  Here are some of their responses. The museum was a truly moving experience. It was amazing to … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: Teens With Screens

By Nathan A. and Eric H. Did you know that the RMS office has collected over 60 phones already this year? Most students here at RMS have cell phones. Many students abuse their privilege of having cell phones by using … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: Projects, Good or Bad?

By  Eric H. Have you ever gotten a project and thought to yourself, this is going to be hard? For most students that is what they think at first, even before they read what the project is about. Projects may … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: Stealing Isn’t Cool!

By Kristy L. “What? No.” My mind raced as I shifted through my open pencil case. I had arrived minutes earlier to find that my pencil case was wide open with my pens and pencils sticking out of it. I … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: Gossiping Is Bullying

By Lauren H. Gossip is everywhere. You hear it at school, on the streets, in magazines, books, television, even at the workplace. It is probably one of the oldest, and most common ways of keeping up with the times. Nobody … Continue reading

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Does This Make Sense To You?

Somethings just make you say, “Really?”

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Student Perspective: Students Missed Using Lockers

By Devon K. During Sharefest, the Locker Bay was closed because the lockers were getting a new coat of paint. Since the lockers were closed, students had to carry their backpacks around. Some students liked carrying their backpacks, but others … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: Goodbye 8th Graders

  “One runs the risk of weeping a little, if one lets himself be tamed…” Antoine de Saint-Exupery The Little Prince

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Student Perspective: Students Finish Testing

Cartoon By Kencey C.

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Student Perspective: Try Something New At McDonald’s And Chick-fil-A

By Sarah D. This summer, you may consider exploring some unfamiliar foods at familiar restaurants. Not unfamiliar in “Oh my gosh what am I eating?” But, it’s unfamiliar in “I never knew they served this here!” When you stroll into … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: We Only Have One Earth, Take Care Of Her

By Hadley C. The Environmental Club is all about helping the Earth. We willbe living here for a while so might as well make the best that we can. Mrs. Mandy Malpede is the teacher and we are starting to … Continue reading

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Student Perspective: Living With Cancer

By Krista C. (This is a personal story about how cancer has changed my life.) Cancer has affected my life in many ways. It has shaped and molded my life to the way I am now. Even though I have … Continue reading

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