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I felt the same way when I arrived at MLK everything was new, and all the kids knew each other. I didn’t know any English back then so everything felt alien I was in my own bubble. Print this page. Author Sephora

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When a problem gets too hard to solve we don’t give up, and say it’s not worth it. instead we fight for answers. Print this page. Author Sephora

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If the district applies these rules( like hospitals do ) and does everything to make sure school is safe for everyone then we can make it work. Print this page. Author Sephora

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I disagree with this because many of us have families that have are at high risk if they get infected. We the young we might not be at risk but, people with high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer, etc.. are in danger. Print this page. Author Sephora

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I didn’t it was up to the states whether or not they want the teachers to get vaccinated. Print this page. Author Sephora

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Yes! we all want to go back to school, but we need to make sure that everyone is safe. Also getting the vaccine doesn’t mean we are completely safe it just means that it will protect us if we get affect. Print this page. Author Sephora

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This is just sad, they shouldn’t have to take her to jail. instead, they should try to find a therapist that can communicate with her. Print this page. Author Sephora

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if a child has autism she/he shouldn’t be allowed to leave the house on their own it’s just not safe. Print this page. Author Sephora

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if a child has autism she/he shouldn’t be allowed to leave the house on their own it’s just not safe. Print this page. Author Sephora

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Safety

I don’t understand why she said “forced” there is a pandemic and the government is trying to keep everyone safe by staying at home. it can be a very hard thing to do, but it’s the best thing to do at the moment. Print this page. Author Sephora

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Safety

I don’t understand why she said “forced” there is a pandemic and the government is trying to keep everyone safe by staying at home. it can be a very hard thing to do, but it’s the best thing to do at the moment. Print this page. Author Sephora

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making the right decision

I want the school to reopen again for those of us who struggle online and miss out on activities, field trips, graduation, and prom. We all want to be safe but we should be afraid to try something new. Print this page. Author Sephora

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Unfair choices

This is just wrong forcing teachers to work in person while they didn’t feel safe. That’s putting them in danger and the student. Print this page. Author Sephora

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reasons why school should reopen

I understand the struggle some people are having at home especially with young kids. I myself when I was in California was struggling to find the internet and making sure I get to my meetings on time. Also, I always help my little brother and cousin with her school. Print this page. Author Sephora

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Teachers

Do the teachers have the opportunity to choose wheater or not they want to go back in person? Because many teachers are worried about their loved ones and that’s a very important part of their lives. Print this page. Author Sephora

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The risk of going back to school

I am concerned with the fact if we will be safe at school even if we wear masks or follow all the rules needed. Because according to this research there are still few cases at school. Print this page. Author Sephora

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fighting for what is right

They feel like fighting in the military is fighting against their people and helping their enemies. Print this page. Author Sephora

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COVID-19 Around the World: Virginia, USA

On Tuesday, March 17, 2020, the city of Berkeley Health Officer gave orders to all residents to stay at home. When I first heard about the virus, I felt worried because I didn’t know what would happen once it started spreading wildly. We started learning about the symptoms and how others who are infected can spread them. When we were […]

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compare and contrast

Jack and Laurie are similar because they had a conflict between person vs society and they needed to behave themself ( control their feelings). And they are different because Laurie had to learn to communicate and get along with his classmates, while Jack had to learn to stand up for himself and accept himself for who he is and what […]

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Point of view

This story was told from the first-person point of you(Mother). In the beginning, Charles mom felt like Laurie was growing up so fast because he didn´t wave goodbye to his mom Print this page. Author Sephora

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curious

I wonder how he knew all these things and where he got those stories from? Print this page. Author Sephora

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conflict

I think this conflict is person vs person because jack was fitting against her mother because he thought that they had nothing in common. Print this page. Author Sephora

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effect on others and actions.

Mark was rude and disrespectful toward jack and his mom about the tiger toy. His action on others is hurtful. Print this page. Author Sephora

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responding

I think the tiger is not alive but then at the same time, I do. A reason why I think the tiger is not alive is that it’s just a papercraft and it would only move if someone was moving it. Print this page. Author Sephora

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Agreeing

I felt the same way I thought he was going to stop him from behaving like that but he didn’t instead he went along with it. And I think that is weird if he really loves the mom he wouldn’t agree with Jack. Print this page. Author Sephora

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connection

This story is so sad. when I was ready the mother’s letter I felt angry, sad, and sorry for Jack’s mom. I wish he didn’t give the mom such a hard time. I can’t imagine being this mean to my mother. I feel like I’m connected to this story because my mom doesn’t speak English and she is learning just […]

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Should the voting age be lowered to 16?

 In 1970, the president at the time Richard Nixon signed an extension of the voting rights act of 1965 that required the voting age to be lowered from 21-18 in all federal states and local elections. Since then the voting age hasn’t changed. Today many people are voting for the voting age to be lowered from 18-16. I support the […]

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