Norfolk Panther SOAR To New Heights

Norfolk Junior High

Melissa M. Flores

Lord's Note To Village Love Lost

On the morning of October 25, Lord Shani Bon Qui Qui III, wrote a letter to his love Angela, a poor village girl. He asked his butler, Regenold, to take the letter to her in a green and yellow basket filled with red roses, as red roses symbolize eternal love. As the butler was taking the basket to the village which was a mile from the castle, a gust of violent wind suddenly hit. The note quickly flew out of the basket and landed on the dirt road. The butler quickly regained his composure and kept on walking. Soon after at exactly 12 p.m. a young boy of the age of 12 walked on the same dirt road and happened to come across the note. He grabbed the note, and stuffed it into his pocket. Witnesses described the boy as a blonde, blue eyed boy, and looks to be about 5’ 10” . The lord is offering a $10,000 reward for the return of the note. Please be on the look out for the boy. The Lord is also offering a $ 100,000 reward for the capture of the boy.

Daddy Long Legs

Daddy Long Legs is an app on IOS and Android devices. Players are trying to help the daddy long legs get as far as he can by touching the screen, but it isn't as easy as it sounds. If you make the legs go too far apart, the spider ends up in splits. If you close, he falls backwards. When you fall, the farthest part of the legs is where you end up, so if the end of the leg touches 10 meters your score is 10 meters. This game might not be well known, but once you play it is really addicting.


It has been all over the news. Snapchat has been hacked and thousands of pictures leaked onto the web, but what really is Snapchat and what really happened? Snapchat itself is a social media app, can be downloaded on IOS and Android, that allows users to share photos with friends via the app. All you do is take a picture, add a caption, drawing, or filter and add the time limit, as the app is supposed to be able to delete the photos after the time limit expires, sounds easy enough, right. You might think that the photo is gone for good, but is it really? First off, the the creators of the app designed it because they thought that emoticons or emojis just didn't communicate the feelings people were trying to get cross. They wanted something where they could share photos, but they thought if they created a traditional photo sharing app the pictures could end up online forever, so they got the idea of having a set time limit on the picture and when it said time limit expired, Poof! The picture is all gone. Not really, there is multiple ways for the picture to be saved. One is to take a screenshot with the actual device while the snap is still live. If this happens, the app will notify the person that someone has taken a screenshot of their snap. Another way is for the person to use a different device, such as another phone or camera to take the picture. The last way is to use a third party server to save the snaps. One of these third party apps is hacked the Snapchat servers and lets users save the snaps. This site was the site that got hacked into and had over 500MB, equal to 1,000 iPhone photos, stolen. Considering over 50 million Snapchats are sent in one day, that doesn’t seem like a lot but it is. The one main concern now is can the hacker just type in my username and all the pictures that I have taken can show up. The answer to this question is no. Since the hacking, Snapchat’s database is all in a big jumble, so they can't do that. There is a reason though why Snapchat’s servers were so easy to hack. The reason is because they were always changing the API address. Snapchat's API address is always changing, so it never has the same one. This makes it easy for hackers, since they can hack into the API address and change it as many times as they want. This is unlike Twitter or Facebook where their API address is protected by password and so many other things. So is it Snapchat's fault or fault? took the blame this time, but what if this happens again? Snapchat needs to fix this problem before it gets too late, because if this happens once more, no one will be there to take the blame other than themselves.

The Fault in Our Stars

What if one person could change your life? The Fault in Our Stars is based on a novel by John Green. Sixteen-year-old Hazel Lancaster was forced by her mother to go to her group therapy session for cancer victims. There she meets 17-year-old Augustus Waters who is missing a leg. The two slowly start developing a friendship and feelings for each other, but Hazel refuses to let herself like him claiming she is a bomb and can explode and hurt the ones she loves the most. Finally, Gus convinces Hazel to let him use his wish on her to take her to Amsterdam to see her favorite author. While in Amsterdam, Hazel’s and Gus relationship blooms into something more. But on the last day in Amsterdam, one of them reveals something that will change both of their lives forever. This movie is quite good and accurate to the book. I must say that the directors most likely read the book before filming because it is so accurate. The actors were cast well. Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort were amazing as Augustus Waters and Hazel Lancaster. The movie is such a good romance movie too. Great plot. It is a tear jerker, so if your not afraid of bawling your eyes out, then you should see this movie. It has a great moral in my opinion, also saying that one person can change how you view the world. It is rated PG-13 because of some swearing, and some of the scenes that may not be appropriate for kids younger than 13.

The Fault In Our Stars | "Egging" Clip [HD] | 20th Century FOX
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Autobiography of My Life

Miss Melissa Flores has become one of the most well known doctors in the world.She attended Norfolk High and was in band, orchestra, track, and French club. During high school, she worked at the local Starbucks . Once she graduated high school, she went on to Stanford University and got her PhD and Master’s in medicine and human psychology. She took residency at Children's Hospital in Omaha. Once done with residency, she moved with her two adopted daughters to Paris, France. In Paris she discovered the cure to cancer. She won the Nobel prize because of her work on curing cancer and her numerous papers on her discoveries of the human brain. She is currently working on the cure for shingles. She plans on going to Spain, Mexico and England with her daughters this year to take a break. In the future, she hopes to find a cure to more deadly diseases. We are excited to see what will happen in the future of medicine because of her.