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National Writing Project Recognizes Students’ #WhatIWrite Entries

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The contributions our classes made to the National Day of Writing were acknowledged by the National Writing Project, one of the primary event sponsors. Students, I am very proud of your effort and results – Ms. Hayes

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“National Writing Project Recognizes Students’ #WhatIWrite Entries”

  1. October 26th, 2012 at 9:20 AM      Reply Nia Paul Says:

    Thanks, Ms. Hayes. Your homeroom class had a great time doing this in class.


  2. October 26th, 2012 at 9:30 AM      Reply Mercedes Holton Says:

    Friday Free Write

    My morning was very hetic beacuse i had a lot of chores i didnt do in the morning! I had to iron school clothes, fix 3 pair of lunches. Afterwards i had we were on our way to school my mom went balistic when she was taqlking to my aunt. Thats when i just got out the car and left to the school building.


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