Panther Posse

Norfolk Junior High

By Carlee Kilpatrick

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Little Lamb Had Mary

Mary woke up one morning finding a goat standing beside her bed. She got up and tried to shoo it away, but it didn’t leave. She went to the bathroom to change. She thought she locked the door behind her, but somehow the goat got in. Mary then went downstairs to eat breakfast, and the goat came along. Mary waited outside for the bus to come, and the goat kept nudging her. Then the bus came, and she ran into the bus. Mary thought the goat was sure to be gone, so she sat back and relaxed. The bus stopped at the school, and Mary made sure it wasn't there. She ran inside her school and stopped at her locker, she heard the sounds of the goat coming closer and closer. Mary started running as fast as she could to the next class. The sounds kept on getting louder until she was on the ground. The teacher came running outside and she cried, and cried, and cried.

The Deadly Ebola Virus

Have you heard of Ebola? Many West African people are dying because of the deadly virus. Here are a few facts about Ebola.


First, the Ebola virus is named after the Ebola River in northern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Eighty to ninety percent of people who come across Ebola will die. The symptoms of Ebola are fever, headache, diarrhea, and massive internal bleeding.

Next, the outbreak is mostly widespread in West Africa. Ebola is caused by an RNA virus. There are traveling warnings for Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.


Last, Ebola is often fatal. There is no vaccine to prevent Ebola. Ebola is only spreaded by body fluids. Bleeding is commonly a later effect. New Ebola medications are in development. Ebola is not a risk to the general public in the United States.


In conclusion, Ebola is a very dangerous sickness. Don’t go up to a friend with Ebola and make him cough on you , because there is a high chance of you dying. Ebola is scary.

http://www.everydayhealth.com/news/ebola-10-essential-facts-about/


http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/pdf/facts-about-ebola.pdf\

Cookie Clicker

Cookie Clicker is a game about baking cookies. To bake cookies, you need to tap the cookie on the screen. If you get enough cookies, you can get power ups from the shop. The power ups help you get more cookies. Some of the power ups are the power click, and the auto click. The power click doubles or triples the cookies you click. The auto click helps you, so it will automatically click the cookie for you.

The Fault in our Stars

Two teens are both trying to fight different types of cancer. Gus is diagnosed with leg cancer, while Hazel has lung cancer. They meet in a support group, falling in love. They go to the support group every week, and they talk about how life is with having cancer. There friend, Issac is suffering with eye cancer, and is needing surgery. He wants to spend the last week looking at all of the things he loves. Isaac also goes to the support group, talking about the places he wants to go and see before surgery. Gus dies from cancer and Hazel drives to the funeral. As she is driving, she stops by Isaac’s house hoping him good luck for surgery. Hazel goes to the funeral praying for Gus.

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Carlee Kilpatrick's Life

Carlee Kilpatrick went to Norfolk High School and played in volleyball in 10th grade. Her first job was in McDonalds, but in high school she found two part-time jobs at Starbucks and Chipotle. She had to quit her job because she moved to California. Now she sits on the couch all day eating food and watching Netflix. She likes to sing when she's in the shower and run for five miles every day. She is short and skinny woman with very little wrinkles or gray hairs. She has long brown hair with tan skin and brown eyes Her dream is to travel the world, and become the president someday. She loves animals and lives on a farm. Carlee is not married, and she loves to go shopping. She lives a very happy life now.