Category: 7th grade News

Events and News dedicated to the 7th grade community

Mar 11

Are Animals A Threat Or A Problem?

According to the City of Longmont website, animals like dogs and cats that might be feral, lost or even strays, are caught by animal catchers. Many people don’t want rabid animals running around their neighborhoods. People don’t want rabid animals running around because they could be sick, or even deadly to young children, adults, and …

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Mar 02

Measles Why They’re Dangerous!

What are measles you ask? Well, measles are an infectious disease causing fever and a red rash on the skin. According to the site Center for Disease Control and Prevention, this disease has been traced back to the ‘’ninth century where a Persian doctor published the first written account of measles. In 1912, measles became …

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Feb 12

Coal Ridge Girls’ Basketball Rocked This Year

Basketball was invented in 1891, by Dr.James Naismith. In the present day there are new rules and the game has gotten more intense. Now you can go to college, or play in the NBA for men and women’s teams. According to The History of Basketball Timeline | Timetoast Timelines, on Jan. 1, 1892, Sendra Berenson …

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Jan 03

Eating Out Or Staying Home?

Would you rather stay at home or eat out? Isn’t it cheaper to stay at home? But isn’t it fun to go out? Most people eat at home most days and go out on a weekend or special occasions. When going out, It’s expensive for you and your family to get a whole meal for …

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Jan 03

Field Trips

  Do field trips benefit students education? Popular field trips are zoos, museums, nature centers, fire stations, police stations, government agencies, local businesses and museums. Field trips give students a different educational experience than regular school learning activities. Students going on different field trips learn more in a hands on way. When visiting museums they …

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Jan 03

Stress Issues

Some people can handle more than others. Some people can more privately hold their feelings. And some people just can’t handle their stress. When you see a student crying in class you might just laugh or wonder in confusion.  But what if that distressed kid cried in class because he couldn’t handle what he was …

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Jan 03

“The Interview” Uproar

The new controversial comedy movie, “The Interview” is causing quite a stir in North Korea, and Sony. The Interview is a movie starring James Franco, Seth Rogen, and Lizzy Caplan. The movie is set on the idea that two famous interviewers Dave Skylark (James Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen), are sent on …

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Dec 19

Different Holidays Have Different Meanings

There are different meanings to different holidays. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Hanukkah for example have various meanings based upon someone’s beliefs and personal or family traditions. According to the website, U.S. History.org, Thanksgiving started at Plymouth Rock in 1621. The Indians and the colonists gathered to feast on turkeys, goose, fish, and duck. They ate till …

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Dec 18

Vandalised Textbooks in Schools

Textbooks are not only good learning resources, to some people they’re coloring books, very expensive coloring books. The average middle school science/history textbook can cost anywhere from $10-$100 or higher, according to Tablets-textbooks.procon.org, a website stating the pros and cons of a textbook vs. a tablet for American middle schoolers. But why do some kids …

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Dec 12

Sports Are More Than Just A Game

For some people, sports are more than just a game, they’re a lifestyle. But when somebody gets injured severely in that sport, it can destroy more than just their love for the sport. Let’s say that they devoted their life to that sport, even their grades, maybe even their career! Many know of friends who …

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