In a few weeks our St. Bruno dance is starting! I can not wait for the chocolate fountain [SWEET!] and having fun with friends. With everyone at the dance we will party all night [until we have to leave.]
The girls have a game tonight!!! It is at and against Elverado. The JV game is at 6:00 and the varsity is at 7:00. I really hope we can win this! Then, we will be something like 2-20. Even though we are having a rough year we are still pulling through and hey look on the bright side ladies at least we have won at least one. Also, we have no 8th graders so we are doing pretty good for what we have because all we have is three 7th graders, two 6th graders, and five 5th graders. So have a great year ladies and have fun!!
By: Emma Banach
*Thanksgiving Story Bracelet*
With this bracelet you will know
The first Thanksgiving long, long ago.
The Pilgrims set sail from far away
On the Mayflower with tall white sails.
They sailed many days across the ocean blue.
The seas were rough, but the ship came through.
At last they spotted land so green.
They were so happy they cheered and screamed.
The first year was so hard and black.
Many died and wished they could go back.
But the Native Americans gave them a hand.
And helped them survive in the strange land.
They decided to celebrate in a special land.
And that became the first Thanksgiving day.
They prepared a feast with turkeys brown
And red cranberries that they had found.
Yellow corn that they learned to grow.
And orange pumpkin pies, don’t you know!
But before they ate the turkey and dressing,
They all held hands for a thankful blessing.
Greetings from the IL Education and Technology Conference! Teachers and Students, do I have information to download into your brains! We’re going to have some fun!
http://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/ Here’s a preview!
The boys have played 6 games and are 2-4. The girls have played 10 and their record is 1-9. The girls only have 13 people total, and they are doing great for not having any eighth graders. The boys only have 12 and also do not have an eighth graders. Both teams play bigger schools with more kids, so they are doing a great job so far.