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El Volador Muchacho

El Volador Muchacho



Hay un muchacho quien es no normal. El muchacho nombre es Raúl. Él nació con plumas. Todos los otros muchachos reírse de él. Raúl tenía uno amigo quien hablas a él. Él nombre es Phillipe. Ellos era mejor amigos. 


Todos los días ellos buscaba en escuela a hacer tarea. La semana pasada ellos tuvieron un pelea sobre quién es más inteligente. Raúl era estabas muy enojado. Cada vez Raúl estabas enojado él creces más plumas. Las plumas creció hasta se hacen alas.


Raúl estabas muy asustado cuando él fue a dormir. Mientras él era dormía él tenía sobre un muchacho quien poder volador. El volador muchacho secuestraba un muchacho quien puso él triste. Él Raúl despertaba él estaba en escuela con Phillipe. Phillipe estaba muy asustado.


Phillipe explico que paso durante la noche. Raúl no creer Phillipe. Phillipe pensaba lo era un dormía. Raúl explicó a su mama que paso. Ella estaba no sorprendido. Ella dice Raúl ese él un pájaro.


Raúl estuvo muy confundido por `una semana después de la pelea en escuela. Él nunca oído algo al igual que antes. Cada vez él estuvo enojado él se convertía un pájaro. Raúl fue a su mama y ella enseñado lo cómo a se controlaba.


Raúl fue a Phillipe a pedir perdón a su. Phillipe no perdonabas Raúl porque él estabas aún asustado. Raúl estuvo mal todos semana hasta él pensamiento de un idea. Él fue a Phillipe casa y espera a la puerta.


Cuando Phillipe venía a el puerto él estabas muy asustado. Él era se encontró por el pájaro quien tomabas lo antes. Phillipe empezar a corría cuando Raúl decía lo a espera. Él decía él quería a compensaba secuestraba lo. Phillipe reconocido su idea propuesta.


Raúl levantabas a alguien Phillipe por la camisa y lanzaba lo en su espalda. Raúl empezabas a volaba y tomabas Phillipe en un extraordinario viaje. Ellos veían mucho de bonita cosas. Phillipe podía nunca dice no después algo como ese así él perdonaba lo. Ellos era mejor amigos de allí después.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhka6K9svME&feature=youtu.be
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SLA Baseball Storms Back to Beat King 8-5 on Opening Day

Great Opening Day for SLA as they got revenge with 3 huge runs in the bottom of the sixth for a come-from-behind win over MLK. Shout outs to Nick Manton for knocking in the winning runs with a huge 2-run HR, and then closing out the final inning to secure the win. 

Freshman upstart Kevin Courtney ripped a clutch triple in the gap, and threw 3 scoreless innings to keep the game knotted at 5. Jeffrey Schwartz crushed a 3-0 pitch for an Utley-esque triple to help the Rockets erase a 3-0 deficit in the 2nd, and made solid plays in Center and at Short. 

Freshman Mike Ostrowski made 2 key defensive plays out in Left to keep the game close in the middle frames, and reached base repeatedly. Ethan Reese struck out 6 in 3 innings, threw out 2 guys trying to steal at 2nd once he went behind the plate to catch Kevin in the 4th and also hit 2 doubles.

Of course the players mentioned aren't the only ones responsible for the win. Abe Musselman used his bare hand to knock down a hot shot down the 3rd-base line, keeping it to a single, and SLA got out of the inning without any further damage. Mike Sanders sped down the line on a hard hit infield single and eventually scored the tying run. Stephen Eager-White played a solid 2nd Base and was a nightmare on the bases. 

Raekwon Smith was a rock at first, and hit a monster shot but King's Center Fielder tracked it down. Varsity Coach Douglas Herman kept his cool and didn't let the loud and "Dedicated Coach" from King get under his skin, and made solid moves managing his pitchers to ensure all would be eligible to pitch again this week. Major respect goes to Lulu Nhan for braving the whipping wind and bone-cold conditions throughout the game to keep score and manage the spirit of the team. 

SLA's baseball program is off to a strong start, and will have their Home opener against Freire at their new field in Mt. Airy on Thursday. 

Come on out to support. Rockets on 3- 1...2...3, ROCKETS!!! 

as reported by Ethan Reese and Coach Herman
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2013 Carver Science Fair Winners

Congratulations to the following students for their awards at the 2013 George Washington Carver Science Fair:

Warda Abuali - Honorable Mention, Chemistry
Nikki Adeli - Honorable Mention, Medicine/Health
Kenny Nguyen - 3rd place, Botany
My Truong - Honorable Mention, Chemistry
Mingxue Zheng - 2nd place, Environmental Science

Mingxue and Kenny will advance to the Delaware Valley Science Fair on April 3rd. Congratulations everyone!
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Teen Pregnancy Process Paper-Isabela Supovitz-Aznar

My group's campaign topic was teen pregnancy. As a group, I think we worked fairly well. Morgan and I did a majority of the work, as I was in charge of filming and putting together a meaningful PSA, and Morgan put together ads with a catchy slogan, and worked on finding plenty of information.

We used the catch phrase “Worth the weight?” in many of the photos that morgan put together as campaign ads because they provoke thought at the dual meaning in that question. The point is to emphasize that waiting to have sex until you are ready, (“worth the wait?”) is something that should be taken into deep consideration, because the question could end up turing into was having sex unprepared, worth the weight, and price, of a child.

In the PSA that I made, I tried to channel a little bit of everything. It was important to me to make sure to adress adults and make them aware of what they can do, as well as teens. I provided shocking facts about teen pregnancy, and then went on to talk about the ways it can be prevented. I tried to add in a little bit of humor too, by filming a scene at the end of a teen mom unable to control her baby, as a way to emphasize the responsibilty that having sex and getting pregnant can come with.

Dalena and Sterling were in charge of our social media, and promoting them. I feel as though because these were much simpler jobs, they could have done a better job, and I ended up promoting our PSA along wit morgan too. Besides this, I feel as though we all worked well and did a great job at putting together a campaign and mostly just an information base on social media sites for teens and parents to help them be educated about teen pregnancy.


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