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    today marks a very happy and sad day for freshman everywhere, the most recent and simple project that we had to do was make a trifold and present it in front of “professional” graders, this was honestly not as

    Final reflection of the year?

    today marks a very happy and sad day for freshman everywhere, the most recent and simple project that we had to do was make a trifold and present it in front of "professional" graders, this was honestly not as...

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    hi joey,
    i really loved your poem, “i want you to fall” because it reminds me of how people always want you to fall, even your closest friends are waiting on the day you mess up to not be their to help you back up, this is very deep, good job and keep it up,
    sincerely, Matthew.

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    hi Asa,
    I really like your poem “keep going”, i think it was really good and for the right person this can be really helpful t o keep in mind not to lose hope and it makes me think about how some people have lost hope already. this a really good poem and I believe you can be a poet, good job keep going!
    sincerely, Matthew

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    This is our presentation on Unwind by Neal Shusterman. The ideology this book holds is that people under 18 should listen to adults / their parents, or they’ll die. This first started after the Heartland w

    Unwind Pecha Kucha Presentation

    This is our presentation on Unwind by Neal Shusterman. The ideology this book holds is that people under 18 should listen to adults / their parents, or they’ll die. This first started after the Heartland war. They made the...

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    • Hello Matthew, I am filled with shock and sadness that there is something like the Bill of Life exist here in America. Like you, I believe that everyone especially young teens deserve to live their lives without any worries. It’s interesting that you pointed out that the book talks about youth oppression because as children move into their adolescent years, they do receive pressure from all types of directions, and they don’t get the opportunity to live for themselves. On top of that, adults not giving them the chance to live provides a lesser chance for young teens to experience their autonomy which is extremely important during this time. However, on a more positive note, I am glad that you and your team are pushing this issue publicly and spreading awareness to the community so they can be educated about it and hopefully, join the force to end this violence once and for all.

  • Hi Danielle,
    thank you so much for the feedback! I haven’t heard that term before, i will be sure to see more around that term. I agree, I’m really into politics and the deeper meaning of all major topics. Ill be sure to create more blogs when i have the time to talk about all the things I think are important, including sensitive ones. Again i…Read More

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