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        You can read an article about it over on Electric Literature.

1. Kamala Puligandla (fiction editor of issue 4– she’s reading right now!)

Kamala had a meeting with a “mentor” at a workshop. 256 more words

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Cultures/Family- Issue 3

Japanese Schools
By Roxy LaChance

The Japanese school system is similar to that of the American school system, though there are some key differences. Like most countries around the world, schooling is required from for a certain amount of time. 538 more words

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Staff Interviews- Issue 3

Ms. Karen Cappello, Academic Coach at Calvert Virtual High School
Interviewed by Fatima Az-Zaharaa Dadou

CV- I’m honored to meet with you today, Mrs. Cappello. I would like to thank you for taking the time to share with Calvert Voices audience a little about yourself. 1,066 more words

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Creative Writings- Issue 3

Calvert Students Exclusive-


Emma W: You know it’s spring when you look outside and see mud instead of snow

Emma W: You know it’s spring when you can see little tufts of grass around the edge of your… 503 more words

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Calvert Students- Issue 3

Behind the Wheel
By Emma Anderson

The first time you sit behind the wheel of a moving vehicle can be nerve-racking. The trick is to be calm on your first drive. 1,266 more words

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School News- Issue 3

Weather Around the World- April Showers Bring May Flowers
By Emma Anderson

Spring, oh glorious spring! We students of Calvert Education love spring weather! Read his weather report of the Calvert Students, from Florida to Algeria! 321 more words

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Fun Facts- Issue 3

Fun Facts: Food

1. Almost half of the world’s food is thrown away every year.

2. Honey is the only food that will never rot; it can last up to 3,000 years. 183 more words

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