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Report Cards Mean NOTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hel-lo I am your writ-er now let’s talk like some-one real. My class is reading The Report Card by Andrew Clements, and the main character, (Nora) is in a school where everyone thinks that your report card tells who you are. I think that report cards are not important, because they’re just pieces of paper that tell you how you’re doing in school. If I were in charge of grading students I would give them the best grade they deserve. There actually would be another way to let kids know how they’re doing. This way is to give them a test on what they learned all week. And now I will say my ending goodbye so, goodbye.
Article posted February 11, 2009 at 04:52 PM •
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I am a girl and I am in fourth grade. In my spare time, I like to practice tennis in the park, read and I like to draw. My favorite color is pink. My favorite subject is math. I was born in fall. I have a younger sister. My teacher is nice and funny. I am a Yankees fan. I am good at tennis.