Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Book review; Shiver

By: Maggie Stiefvater

This book is about a girl, Grace. Who discovers the neighborhood wolves living in the woods of Mercy Falls. She gets attacked when she is little but then falls in love with one of the yellow eyed wolves and then also discovers his shocking secret. I loved this book because of Its full of suspense and it always keeps you wondering whats going to happen next. Its not that long but it makes up for a good read. This story will open your mind to new imagination’s and different worlds.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

World AIDS day

5 facts about AIDS

AIDS is caused by infection with the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV. Infection with HIV is preventable.

AIDS stands for acquired immune deficiency syndrome, a condition in which the body's immune system is slowly but ultimately destroyed.

There's no cure for AIDS, but new medications such as protease inhibitors can significantly slow the progression of the disease.

The epidemic affects people of all ages, races and sexual preferences.

HIV isn't spread through casual contact. You can't get HIV by shaking hands, hugging or sharing restrooms, equipment, food utensils or drinking fountains.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Speacialist Andrew Hutchins

Andrew L. Hutchins died on monday, november 8th. He was a soldier in Afganistan. He was 20 years old and was an excpecting parent. He was a positive and respectful person. He was also a Military Policeman serving with the 101st Airborne Division from Fort Campbell, KY. He loved to volunteer his time working for others and was a leading member of our JMG class that provides community service. He loved a challenge and took the hardest classes he could even when they weren't required.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Book report


The lovely bones

Author: Alice Sebold

This book is about A teenage girl who gets murdered by her neighbor and gets taken to an unknown place. She spends most of her days trying to help pint her family the right way to her murderer. I suggest the readers to be teen girls. I think This book is a pretty good read because I think people can relate a lot to some parts of this story.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Never ever free.

In the country of Myanmar there's thousands of prisoners who have spoken what they belive in have been put behind bars by the government. Instead of the people of that country being able to speak there minds and peacefully protest they get killed for standing up for the rights they want, but cannot have. You should be able to live your life how you want not being controlled by someone you don't know. These prisoners of concience are forced to abide by the rules of the myanmar government. Each day they make fun and think that the "three free freedoms" is a bad thing and shouldn't ever be aloud. The people damanding freedom will never get to live in a good free country.

Monday, June 14, 2010


This year in this class has been really fun. I don't think there was one time when it was boring in this class. I thought that a lot of the things that you taught us was interesting and fun and I hope next year is the same way. When I found out that we were acting out Romeo and Juliet instead 0f just reading it to ourselves I was thrilled. I also think that if we would have done it that way we wouldn't have understood the book at all.

World Hunger

There is nothing worse than seeing thousands of children and adults starve to death and die everyday because of hunger. While you get what you need and eat dinner every night and breakfast and lunch somewhere in the world there is a family suffering and trying to survive off of very little or no food. This horrible thing can be prevented by helping out and donating food and money towards donation places and adopting children from different countries. In my opinion I think that in all the different places and counties that are suffering people our country should help and I want to do whatever I can when I am older to help sick children and adults. I think everyone should make an effort of thinking about other people out there. When I see wealthy people that get whatever they want and stick there noses up to people in need it makes me sick.