I am writing this post with my brightness down to one bar because I am at my grandparent’s house and me–the genius–forgot to bring my computer charger. MAJOR FACEPALM. 🤦🏽♂️I am praying I can get through this post with my battery at 24%.
Rebecca walks into kindergarten, clutching her blue backpack tightly. When she sits criss-cross-applesauce with the rest of the group, the teacher tells everyone in the class to name their two favorite superheroes. Rebecca proudly announces “Iron Man and Catwoman!”. Nobody thinks this is a problem.
I think this title is pretty self-explanatory. I’m a little boy with an awesome iPhone camera with hopes of one day achieving fame through photography.
A little while ago I attended a Future Problem Solvers (FPS) competition. Keep reading to find out how it went! Continue reading “Future Problem Solvers Regionals!”
Today, a teacher many people were fond of left suddenly. You don’t need to know his name (nor will I disclose it), but just know he was very dear to us. Here is a poem I wrote, inspired by this terrible situation.
For winter break this year I stayed in Chicago. I did a lot of fun stuff with family and friends so click read more!
Today we went to the beach! We left around 8:45, and got there around 10.
Kyra and I built 3 different nations out of the sand, each with their own back story.
Sorry I didn’t post last night. We got home from dinner at about 10:30 and I was exhausted, so I didn’t post my draft that I had already written. There was a power outage this morning so I couldn’t post it then.
Just so I don’t confuse you, I’m setting the publishing date to yesterday so you don’t get confused. What that means, is that it will display that it was published yesterday, even though it wasn’t.
Yesterday I got out my LEGOS from the closet and played with them. It is a set called Monster Fighters, where you get sets of different locations (example: laboratory) and you get some monsters (example: Dr. Frankenstein and his monster) and some Monster Fighters, who try to attack the monsters. So far I have The Crazy Scientist And His Monster, The Mummy, The Werewolf and The Swamp Monster. I hope to get the vampire set soon.
I’ve decided that every day I’m in Florida I will publish a blog post. Today is technically our second day since we arrived yesterday at 11:30 PM, but I’m not counting it.
Something really scary happened to me a couple days ago. It reminded me to always be grateful for what you have. I want to share this story with you.
While playing with my sister, I was running down the hall with my Harry Potter wand, when I fell. My stomach sunk instantly, and fear spread through my body like wildfire on steroids.
Hey, I’m Claire, and I’m a new author on this blog. I’m a black belt in karate, a basketball player, a Future Problem Solver, a clarinet player, a Model UN delegate, and a member of my school’s student council executive board.
June 9th was our last day of school, and we were dismissed at 11:45. I took pictures of all my classmates, had them sign my yearbook and school t-shirt, and tried to hug most of them.
I knew today would be especially sad for me because we were moving to Illinois, and I might not see them again.
I don’t like to be bitter, but I was kind of glad that I wouldn’t see one student again, who had treated me badly during 3 of my 4 years at Salem Hills. They continually made faces at me, teased me, made fun of my interests and pointed out every flaw I had. As I still respect the person, I will keep them anonymous and under the fake name of Rom.
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Hey, guys, it’s Kiran.
I know I haven’t posted a lot lately, and I’m super sorry! But, at least I’m posting now!
I’m going to talk a little about our new life in Chicago, subcategory: school. Our school is great! We have 8 3D printers, 15 sewing machines, a laser cutter and a machine called the Carvey.
Here is what we have been learning in Trimester 1:
I think that the Dakota Access Pipeline should not be approved. The Dakota Access Pipeline is an oil pipeline that runs from North Dakota to Illinois, that will transport 470,000 barrels of ‘light sweet crude oil’: oil that is less than .42% sulfur. The CEO of the company Energy Transfer—which is making the pipeline—says it is 60% done. The reasons why I am not in support of the pipeline is firstly, because it puts the environment at risk. Secondly, it runs through Native American’s sacred land, and thirdly, because it isn’t very safe.
After living in a 1 bedroom apartment since my SIG classes started, I am excited to announce we have found a place to live… for the next year. For obvious reasons I will not give out the name of the apartment building or the street on which it is located, but I will tell you that it is amazing!
It is a duplex apartment, meaning it has 2 floors. My family and I have been working hard to pack up our things from our house in Rochester, Minnesota and load them into the moving truck. We also went through the stuff from out condo in St. Paul to get things we wanted to bring.
Moving is hard.
You are leaving friends that you have been with for many years. You have laughed with them, cried with them and shared with them. You share inside jokes (“Greg, my shoe fell off!”, Mr. Traynor the Smurf, the old lady foot cheese and Cama Zotz and his chubby servant Goth) and enjoy spending time with them.
My period 4 class was Fan Fiction Fun. Mostly we just wrote our Fan Fiction (in case you were wondering, I wrote fan fiction about the book The Trials Of Apollo, which will be published on Kiranmathew very soon).
Since I finished early, I also wrote a story from the perspective of a person named Julius House. You can find that story here.
That’s pretty much it!
My third class was called Optics-The Science Of Light. For this class, we did lots of experiments with how lenses, prisms, and mirrors manipulate light. The teacher really left it up to us about what our final projects would be.
I chose to make a game board, where up to 6 players can race around, buying light-related stocks and answering questions. My family and I hope to play it soon.
I will post about my last class soon.