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Laurelton Pardee School Newspaper

Time to Say Goodbye! Reporter: Danica Burton

On May 23rd and May 24th the fifth graders from LP took a walking field trip to East Irondequoit Middle School. The fifth graders were able to take a tour of their future school. The reason for the field trip was to introduce the 5th graders to the changes that are in store for them. Their schedule will change, and there is a new class, Health, that they will take. Students can also take Spanish or French. As sixth graders they will switch teachers for each class. It is important for the 5th graders to learn where everything is and how EIMS works! When the students first arrived they sat down with some sixth graders in the cafeteria. The sixth graders answered questions and shared information with the 5th graders. The eighth graders took the students on a tour. They were able to meet their counselors and ask any questions they had. Going to the Middle School helped the 5th graders feel more prepared!

L.P. Students Paint the Town! Reporter: Harper Kuehne

For the past 3 years, Miss Ryan, the Laurelton Pardee Art teacher and select students have been painting the electric boxes in the town of Irondequoit. Miss Ryan believes that "It is important to have art in the community, not just in houses and schools. Arts makes our community beautiful." This Spring Miss Ryan got permission from the town supervisor, Mr. David Seeley, to paint the town shed! She selected 12 students to help paint and they did an amazing job! Thank you, Miss Ryan and students, for bringing art to Irondequoit.
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An Interview with Ms. Fox Reporter: Cole Brockman

I sat down with Ms. Fox to find out a little more about her!

CB: What is your job?
Ms. Fox: I am a speech/language pathologist,


CB: What got you into teaching?
Ms. Fox: Growing up, education was very important and valued in my family. When I went to college I met a professor who was very passionate about teaching. I realized I shared his passion so I majored in education.


CB: What do you do teach?
Ms. Fox: As a speech/language pathologist I help students who have a difficult time speaking fluently or who have a difficult time producing their sounds correctly. I also help students with their writing and processing skills. Every year is different!


CB: What fun things do you do outside of school?
Ms. Fox: I love to read! I read every single day! I also love to run! Reading and running help me to keep balance in my life!
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American Ninja Warrior Reporter: Harper Kuehne

Have you ever seen the show, American Ninja Warrior? Well, there's a ninja right in your school! Her name is Josslyn Seimbor. She has been competed in American Ninja Warrior for kids. She is more famously knows as "The Pigtail Ninja!" Read this interview to find out more!


HK: How did you become a ninja warrior in the first place?
JS: Well, I always used to climb everything everywhere. After seeing me climb my parents brought me to the Warrior Factory for my birthday. The people there said I was really good and want me to start doing the competitions.


HK: How long have you been a Ninja?
JS: I have been a Ninja Warrior for about two years, starting in September after my birthday.


HK: When was your last competition and what are they like?
JS: My last competition was the Michigan competition called The Edge. It is kind of like a gymnastics competition. There are a lot of obstacles. The staff tell you the rules, and they are very strict. After the rules we warm up. After that you wait for your turn to do the course. The more time you have left, the higher you score!


HK: What does being a Ninja Warrior mean?
JS: Being a Ninja Warrior means being strong and confident in yourself. And be a good sport! It kind of teaches you friendship and kindness.


HK: What make you want to become a Ninja?
JS: I have always liked climbing since I was about 4 years old. I also like watching the show. These are some of the factors that led me to become a Warrior
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It's Joke Time! Reporter: Henry Miller

Have you ever tried blind folded archery?
You don't know what you're missing!


My friend asked if I was going to go to yoga with him.
I said Namaste home today!

I broke my finger today, but on the other hand I'm okay!

Fifth Grade Trip to Nazareth Reporter: Hailey Julbe

On May 15th the 5th graders went to Nazareth College to see a play called, My Heart In A Suitcase. The play was about a Jewish family that was separated during World War 2. The 5th grade went to see the play because they did a whole unit on migration. Another reason they saw the play was because they will learn about WW2 in sixth grade. The fifth graders got all dressed up to go to the theater. Before they went to the play they enjoyed fruit, cheese, and punch in the Laurelton Pardee cafeteria. It was a great experience. Thank you to the LP PTA for purchasing the tickets! A big thank you to Mrs. Miller for getting the food donated from Wegmans!

HAVE A WONDERFUL SUMMER!

On behalf of the Laurelton Pardee Newspaper Club-Have a great summer! Have fun and stay safe! See you in September!

DON'T FORGET TO READ!!!!!
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