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Letters from the kids

This week is the last of the letters from fourth-graders in Susan Squires’ class at Empire Elementary School. Her students wanted to share their thoughts about the school in letters to the editor. The school is working to making adequate yearly progress under No Child Left Behind regulations.

Dear Editor,

Empire lementary School have three recesses. We have specials they are P.E., music, computers, Library. We have rules too. WE learn math. We learn Language, social studies, science. We read long books. Books are really fun to read. Are teachers are agreeable to us. We have grate food there. We do groups.

Sincerely,

Blanca Gonzalez

Dear Editor,

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Our shool has smart teachers. It has good children that try to get good grades. We are trying to be good so they won’t say we are a bad school. We learn alot at our school because our teachers try hard to teach us so we could leave Empire and be smart people when we grow up. We are learning a lot from our teachers. They teach us so when we grow up so when we buy stuff we know how much change they will give us back. They also teach us how much things cost. They try to teach us every state and there capitals.

Sincerely,

Pedro Cano

Dear Editor,

Our school has the best teachers in the school. Our school has two playgrounds. The kids in our school are not very mean. Elementary has 5 tether balls, we have a big fild. Some of the gards are very nice. … My teacher Mrs. Squiers is very funny some of the times. I have six best friends that are very nice. We have a lot of fun. When we came from lunch we get to read 15 minutes. Mario is my best friend. We even know where we live. Mario is very funny, but not more than Mrs. Squiers.

Sincerely,

Miguel del Toro

Dear Editor,

At Empire, we have three recesses. We have specials thay are p.e. music, computers and libarary. We have rules thay are not bad for us. We have to learn math, language, social studies and science. We read in S.A.F.

Sincerely,

Amy Reyes