Meeting the Newspaper Club
Celebrating National Newspaper Week!
By Hope N. Shorty
My name is Hope Noelani Shorty. I joined Newspaper Club because I always wanted to know how it feels to be a journalist. I always wanted to join a different after-school activity other than archery. Newspaper Club interested me in 5th grade, but I had a lot of other stuff on my hands. I think it is important to tell the world about what is happening in our school. I think that people wonder what happens at C-EB Upper Elementary School because many kids don’t talk about what is happening in school with their family. Newspaper Club informs parents about school and kids can enjoy reading about their school.
By Abrielle RedDog
My name is Abrielle Hope RedDog, or Abby for short. I love family with all my heart. I support them all the time in my head and out loud. My family also inspires me to do a lot of things, especially my dad, Austin RedDog. My sister, A’leigh RedDog, helps me with me with a lot of things like my hair or lots of other things, even though we fight a lot. My grandma, Louann Lee, helps with my family and my dad when he needs help. I love Newspaper Club because it’s nice for inspirational messages for kids or adults to read. It’s important for people to know what’s going on in their city. I like Newspaper Club because it’s fun to inspire kids to know how Newspaper Club is, and hopefully more join us.
By Taya Johnson
Hi my name is Taya Johnson. I like pizza and music by Metallica and Marshmallow, and I like Newspaper Club. I’m in the 5th grade. I go to Newspaper Club because I like to write stories and take pictures of my best friends.
By Rylee Miner
Hi my name is Rylee Miner. I love my family. I like music like Metallica and Volt. I also like to party and eat pizza. I like Newspaper Club because I like to take pictures and write stories.
Honoring Native American Week
By Hope N. Shorty
Mr. Reese, Brooklyn Yellow Boy, Jaycen Thompson, Olivia Mendoza were working on a Native American Week Bulletin board. The bulletin board contains pictures of chiefs and Lakota values and messages. One message said, “Love is like a river, will cut a new path whenever it meets an obstacle.”