Monthly Archives: February 2011

Most Awesome Field Trip Ever!!!!!!!!!!

by Rachel Bishop, grade 7, St. Paul Catholic School From being on air to playing with the green screen, the CKWS station is awesome! When the journalism group at the enrichment studies unit at Queens took a field trip to … Continue reading

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A Short Temper

by Kristen Hayward, grade 8, Toniata Public School Many things in life can be annoying; whether it’s your younger brother or the new character on your favourite TV show. Everyone gets irritated from time to time including “short-tempered” Daryka. “Yes, … Continue reading

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The Amazing Life of Jessica

by Rachel Bishop, grade 7, St. Paul Catholic School She’s smart yet quiet. She’s a fantastic, amazing writer. She reads faster than any one at her school, and yet she reads more slowly than anyone in her family. She likes … Continue reading

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Interruptions with boredom (and covered in chocolate)

What other pet peeves does this young, stressed girl have? by Katya Kukchanka, grade 8, Pineview Public School Being interrupted, being bored, no chocolate: these are some of the many pet peeves of poor Ola Mobarak. There’s no escaping it. … Continue reading

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Up in the Air

by Delaney (last name withheld), grade 8, Brockville Do you remember what it felt like deciding what you wanted to do in life, or are you still wondering?  For Marissa Smith, it’s an easy answer.  Her plan is simple, but … Continue reading

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Eww! Are You Really Eating Your Fingers?! Stop Making Me Hungry!

by Ola Mobarak, grade 7, Chris Hadfield Public School Katya (Yakatsiaryna) Kukchanka is a reformed nail-biter, whose success probably builds on the fact that nail biting is her pet peeve. She has a lot of them! Katya hates nail biters, … Continue reading

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A life on the water

by Marissa Smith, grade 8, Holy Family Catholic School Delaney Allan’s smile widens across her face, and her blue eyes start to brighten, when she start talks about her passion for the water. Delaney has plans for the future. Like … Continue reading

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