Monthly Archives: December 2013

Playstation 4 Review

The Play Station 4  VS.  The X Box One By: Jake H., staff writer Round 1: The Name           First off, there is no bias here, I’m taking an honest look at these consoles, I love the previous consoles both … Continue reading

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Winter Concert Warms the Heart

        Winter Concert  By: Lizbeth M. and Carly P., staff writers On the chilly day of December 17, 6:00 to 7:00 pm, students from Magruder Middle School entered the school cafeteria and never looked back.  The stage was … Continue reading

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Catching Fire Movie Review

  Catching Fire Movie Review By: Sarah B. and Jenny T., Staff Writers           The new Hunger Games movie, Catching Fire, came out recently. Just like the first movie, everyone is talking about it. Is it good or bad? Let’s … Continue reading

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Interview of Mr. Lee

 Our New Teacher Mr. Lee By: Jessica S. & Amanda A., staff writers As some of you may know, we are very delighted to have a new and fun teacher, Mr. Lee on campus, who teaches seventh and eighth grade … Continue reading

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Student of the Month Assembly Per.2

Student of the Month Awards Period 2 By: Alyssa A. and Jenny T., Staff Writers         Student of the Month is back! On December 6th, the second period teachers for each grade will choose their best students and give them … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Gravity

GRAVITY Review  See Video Review:    http://youtu.be/LlhzqSZGjRc By: Jake H., staff writer Gravity is possibly one of the most critically acclaimed movies of all time, let alone 2013. I mean, people are comparing the director, Alfonso Cuarón, to Spielberg, that … Continue reading

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Sixth Grade Toy Faire

Toy Faire By: Khanh P. & Megan K., staff writers     Have you ever wanted to invent something? How about a toy? This is your chance to make your very own toy! Your toy will be presented to everyone … Continue reading

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Music Review: Austin Mahone

Austin Mahone By: Alyssa A. and Kenadi K., staff writers We are not fans, we are Mahomies. 17 year old, Austin Mahone was born in San Antonio, Texas.  He is 5 ’ 10”, his birthday is April 4th, 1996. His … Continue reading

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Winter Sports

Places to go Over Winter Break There are a lot of places to go over winter break, but which one is the best?  Well, a few of the very few awesome spots to visit are Big Bear in CA, Lake … Continue reading

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Tech Review: Xbox One

Xbox One Review By: Colby H. & Marcus M.   Have you been wanting to get the Xbox One? The Xbox One is the third version of the Xbox console family. This review will tell you about all the awesome … Continue reading

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I Phone 5s a “Must Buy”

I Phone 5s Review By: Marcus M. and Ryan G., staff writers   With Apple trying to get even MORE money for their I Phone franchise they made the successors to the I Phone 5, the I Phone 5c and … Continue reading

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Under the Christmas Tree

Under the Christmas Tree By Marcus M., Staff Writer Once upon a time, there was a home on Paradise Lane, thunder was roaring, and nobody was stirring except for a little boy setting up a Christmas tree, and his name … Continue reading

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McTeacher Night

McTeacher Night By Bryan L., staff writer Hamburgers, fries, and teachers, how can you get better than that! On December 3rd, was the once in your lifetime chance to go to McTeacher Night. You got to see teachers flip burgers … Continue reading

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Grades of Green Recycling Project

Grades of Green By: Kenadi K., Editor-in-Chief   Grades of Green is a recycling program that started as an implemented program at Grand View Elementary. At first the program was run by just the parents. Now 140,860 students have joined … Continue reading

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Santa and Frosty

Santa and Frosty By Nayrovi P. & Khanh P. staff writers     I never believed in Christmas magic. It just never seemed true. No one understood how many times I had been stood up by Santa. And when I … Continue reading

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Three Holidays for Gift Giving and Family Time

CHRISTMAS  By: Alyssa A. & Kenadi K., staff writers What’s your favorite holiday? Ours is Christmas! Giving and getting presents, and eating sweets are really wonderful! However, do you know what Christmas is really about? Christmas is all about celebrating … Continue reading

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The Naughty Elves Poem

The Naughty Elves By: Dustyn C., staff writer There once was two little elves, Doki and Mee Mee, They were happy little elves, but very sly and naughty! Banana peels on the ball, Roller skating in the halls, Everyone wanted … Continue reading

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A Christmas Miracle

A Christmas Miracle By: Amanda A. and Jessica S., staff writers   Once upon a time there was a boy named Matthew, who lived in a beautiful house with his family. His house had two stories and a huge backyard. … Continue reading

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