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Students redesign carabao statues

In honor of Mes Chamoru, the St. John’s School Service Club, Art Club, and National Junior Honor Society redesigned two of Guam Premier Outlet’s carabao statues. 90 more words

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Finding My Fierce

I know mine began when I was a little girl. My parents divorced when I was 13-years-old and my sisters and I lived with our mother. 222 more words


Layoffs Averted - For Now

Tonight the BOE voted 5-4 to postpone issuing layoff notices until at least the April 5 regularly scheduled BOE meeting. This will allow the BOE and Board of Finance to meet on Monday, April 3 and discuss the budget. 34 more words

Braided Together

The 6th grade girls all wore braids last week demonstrating how “braiding” God into your relationships with family and friends will make them stronger.

The girls were all given a card with Ecclesiastes 4:12, which  says, “Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves.  14 more words

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STAAR Testing

“The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, commonly referred to as its acronym STAAR (star), are a series of state-mandated standardized tests used in Texas public primary and secondary schools to assess a student’s achievements and knowledge learned in the grade level.”

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#SOL17 Challenge - Day 29 - I Love Teaching Middle School

I’m starting my writing early for a change! :)

I love teaching middle school students.

I love their quirky, awkward style.

I love the fact they think of themselves as ridiculously cool, only to find themselves looking with disdain at the SAME THINGS as high school students. 215 more words


The Wishing Map 58

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The Wishing Map

Chapter Fourteen: Two Spoos

Previously: Having accidentally scattered the mysterious Objects all over Ismara, Gina and Zack blamed one another.  895 more words

Story Power

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Like wolves, bullies cut people off from the herd, then search for a weakness, an insecurity to attack.