Posts by kellyyang.ass

Surprise

By Sienna, Age 9 It was just like any other Sunday when my dad turned the TV on. He clicked the YouTube button then scrolled down to “Meet the Press.” As expected, my little brother asked if we could watch something else. Dad said, “No.” Still, we paid attention while the news presenter talked a…

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Lonely

By Grace, Age 9 If there was a word to describe the pandemic it would be: lonely. Or is it just me? It’s been one and a half years stuck at your home looking at a screen. We could still go out, but chances were risky. We never saw what was coming when COVID hit.…

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Pandemic Patio

By Macey, Age 9 I can’t remember much about the day it all happened, but what I can remember is that I didn’t want to say goodbye to my friends. The one thing I can fully remember about Covid 19 is the Pandemic Patio. It was a few days after Covid struck and school closed when I…

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Marble month

By Naiesha, Age 12 It’s Friday, March 13th, 2020, when the school bell rings. “Yay! Spring break is finally here!” I yelled with joy. March was a marble month, and on the last day before spring break started, I asked one of my friends, “Can I exchange this marble with one of yours, when we…

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The Biggest Change of My Life

By Naol, Age 11 I have been to three other schools, but at least they were a little ordinary. The year of my most recent school contained the biggest change of my life with the pandemic. I remember the day in March, when the principal announced that we were all going to be learning remotely…

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