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Kayla Whitney Folktale – “The Month of May”
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Kayla Whitney Folktale – “The Month of May”

THE MONTH OF MAY by Kayla Whitney grade 6 Once in a far away country called Monthslandia when there were only eleven months, lived a small twelve year old girl named May. May was a sweet and understanding girl. May was flawless when it came to her inside and out. […]

Joelle Glazer’s Folktale – “The Narwhal”
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Joelle Glazer’s Folktale – “The Narwhal”

By Joelle Glazer grade 6 The Narwhal Long ago, there lived a whale in the ocean. Whale loved his life, where he could swim about in the ocean and play with his friends. But Whale’s parents knew he was growing up. Soon he would have to go find a bride. […]

Invention Ideas from Walsh Students
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Invention Ideas from Walsh Students

INVENTION IDEAS from WALSH STUDENTS Students from Walsh’s 7th and 8th grade classes had a recent opportunity to brainstorm some ideas for inventions that they would like to see invented, or toys/games they loved, improved upon. Here are an assortment of some of their creative ideas! What would you like […]

Walsh 8th Graders Share Their Goals
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Walsh 8th Graders Share Their Goals

  What are your goals for this year?!   Several 8th grade students at Walsh recently had a chance to reflect on their own personal and academic goals for themselves for this year. We think there are some excellent ideas here and we wish them all the best at attaining their goals […]

The Outcast
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The Outcast

This poem was written in Mrs. O’Rourke’s Grade 8 Social Comp class this Fall. (Homeroom 121)  The lesson was on cliques. Each student added one line to the poem as the paper went around the room. We think it came out pretty nicely, don’t you?! What line would you add for your thoughts on […]

Walsh Middle School Theater Production
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“Once on This Island” a Walsh Theater Production

Taken from the Framingham Patch Dec. 13 was opening night for Walsh Middle School’s production of Once on This Island. The musical tells the story of –  “Ti Moune, a peasant girl who rescues and falls in love with Daniel, a wealthy boy from the other side of her island. […]

I Am MALALA – Book Review by Rishita Sarin
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I Am MALALA – Book Review by Rishita Sarin

by Rishita Sarin The girl who was shot for going to school. Malala Yousafzai stood up against the Taliban for the right of girls to go to school.She was shot in the head and neck in an attempt to kill her by Taliban gunmen while returning home on a school […]

“Diary of a Wimpy Kid – Hard Luck” – Book Intro by Rishita Sarin
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“Diary of a Wimpy Kid – Hard Luck” – Book Intro by Rishita Sarin

by Rishita Sarin     Greg Heffley’s on a losing streak. His best friend, Rowley Jefferson, has ditched him, and finding new friends in middle school is proving to be a tough task. To change his fortunes, Greg decides to turn his decisions over to chance. Will taking a chance […]

Hour of Code
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Hour of Code

Several of Walsh’s 6th, 7th and 8th grade students got to participate during the week of December 9 – 13 in the “Hour of Code.” Over 150 students in Ms. Anderson’s Tech Ed Computer Lab classes got to experience learning some beginning coding through tutorials set up through the “Hour of […]

“The Overview Effect”
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“The Overview Effect”

The Overview Effect “The Overview Effect” is a short almost 20 minute long video that shares wonderful images from outer space of the planet Earth. It includes short interviews and statements by several astronauts who have travelled to space and been profoundly effected by their experience of viewing our planet […]