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Sixth Graders Join Middle School
With the idea of bridging the gap
between the self-contained elemen-
tary school and the departmentalized
high school, the sixth grade class was
moved over to the middle school.
This was the first time this grade lev-
el was included in the middle school
This class filled out a survey pro-
vided by the annual staff. When the
students were asked about the lockers
they have now over the desks they
used to have, most of the students
agreed that the lockers are much
nicer. One student even commented
that the lockers made her feel much
more mature. Another student said
the lockers are much nicer because
they hold so much more.
A surprising majority of the sixth
graders stated that they don't miss
having more than one recess. Gne
student said that being able to mov
from one class to another is a littl
like a short recess. Another thin
most students agreed on was that the
don't miss having to form single fil
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feel they have more freedom withot
this line forming.
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Pizza Rates High in Middle School
A survey was taken of the seventh
and eighth graders concerning their
favorite song, group, video, subject,
food, and teacher. The results were as
Favorite Song: "We Built This
City" by Starship
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Eric Fowler 2
Favorite Group Starship
Favorite Video Say You Say
Me" by Lionel Richie
Favorite Subject Life Science
Favorite Food Pizza
Favorite Teacher Mr Schwab
Favorite Song "I'm Your Man
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