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Mrs. Reedy Biography – Emma Apostol
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Mrs. Reedy Biography – Emma Apostol

In Mrs. Puricelli’s Writing Lab class, students have been busy writing biographies about some of the teachers who had an influence on them here at Walsh!  In order to write these bios, students first had to learn how to write a biography, so they read a number of mini-biographies about […]

Otto Johnson’s Life  by Peter Trenton Jones
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Otto Johnson’s Life by Peter Trenton Jones

In Mrs. Puricelli’s Writing Lab class, students have been busy writing biographies about some of the teachers who had an influence on them here at Walsh!  In order to write these bios, students first had to learn how to write a biography, so they read a number of mini-biographies about […]

Mrs. Leichter’s Life  by Jareliz Gomez
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Mrs. Leichter’s Life by Jareliz Gomez

In Mrs. Puricelli’s Writing Lab class, students have been busy writing biographies about some of the teachers who had an influence on them here at Walsh!  In order to write these bios, students first had to learn how to write a biography, so they read a number of mini-biographies about […]

Mrs. Parks by Robbie Cohen
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Mrs. Parks by Robbie Cohen

In Mrs. Puricelli’s Writing Lab class, students have been busy writing biographies about some of the teachers who had an influence on them here at Walsh!  In order to write these bios, students first had to learn how to write a biography, so they read a number of mini-biographies about […]

What I Would like to do When I’m Older by Kayla Montanez
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What I Would like to do When I’m Older by Kayla Montanez

What I Would Like to do When I’m Older by Kayla Montanez                I chose this topic because I have goals I want to accomplish when I am older. For example, get into college, or go on vacation. Lots of people haven’t planned on what they want to do yet when they […]

Book Review “Croak” by Becky Weisman
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Book Review “Croak” by Becky Weisman

Croak by Gina Damico Review by Becky Weisman Lex Bartleby is a Grim, which means it’s her job to free souls so they can transcend from its existence on Earth to the Afterlife.  Lex was once a straight-A, normal student, but had started getting into trouble at school.  Her Uncle […]

Inkheart  Book Review by Ayushi Shirke
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Inkheart Book Review by Ayushi Shirke

Inkheart Review by Ayushi Shirke What if you could read something and make it come to life? Join Meggie and Mortimer Folchart, as they journey through an epic adventure and unleash a magical power in a special book. They meet strange new characters such as Dustfinger, who can breathe, talk […]

Ms. O’Connor by Damna Rodriguez Teos
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Ms. O’Connor by Damna Rodriguez Teos

In Mrs. Puricelli’s Writing Lab class, students have been busy writing biographies about some of the teachers who had an influence on them here at Walsh!  In order to write these bios, students first had to learn how to write a biography, so they read a number of mini-biographies about […]

DayZ Standalone by Taylor Jackman
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DayZ Standalone by Taylor Jackman

DayZ Standalone by Taylor Jackman DayZ Standalone Alpha is out! When Rocket announced that there would be a DayZ that did not require ArmA 2 engines, I knew that I would love it. Seeing that I am a DayZ veteran, I liked the idea of a Standalone, because a lot […]

My Favorite Athlete – by Hunter Espinsosa
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My Favorite Athlete – by Hunter Espinsosa

Hunter Espinosa   ‘ My Favorite Athlete by Hunter Espinsosa My favorite athlete is Dustin Pedroia . He is the second baseman for the Boston Red Sox. He has a lot of heart and has led the team for their World Series win this year against the St. Louis Cardinals. […]