By Lilly Necci Harry Potter is a very popular book series. It is a made up series written by J.K. Rowling. She, the author, lives in Switzerland with her family. All seven books make up one story. The story mostly takes place at Hogwart’s School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Sometimes there are different settings. You … Continue reading Book Spotlight
By Megan Moffit Have you ever been there, where you have a ton of homework and you need time to just fly by? Well, if so I can help. Here are the steps to get your homework done more quickly. #1 Take all electronics away. … Continue reading How To Get Homework Done Quickly
By Bodie Clark Front Row is a cool math site students can use in either math class, RTI, or during indoor recess. Front Row has eleven main math topics to learn about. A few of the topics are Measurement and Data and Geometry. If you want to know the rest of them, log on. It … Continue reading Front Row Math
By Ava Grace Diplock Recently, students have taken time out of their learning time to take STARS Testing on Renaissance Learning. Williamson County Schools has now decided that we will not be taking it during specials, but instead, during our learning time. I understand that some students were complaining that they were missing their favorite … Continue reading Are STARS Tests Fair?
By Madison Burnett, McKenna Kaufman, and Andie Weaver We interviewed two third grade Eagle Pride winners, and asked them five questions about their accomplishment. How did you feel about winning it?” I liked it,” said Hope Hood. “I felt really good about winning,” said Cannon Spidle. Were you nervous going in front of the … Continue reading Eagle Pride for Third Graders
By Alex Raley Have you had the fries here at Heritage Elementary? Well, they have no salt. Salt makes most food better, it may be bad for people, but a little won’t kill someone. Well, actually never mind, too much salt is bad for your health. Still salt is a very common seasoning and a … Continue reading A Life Without Salt
By David Seaman Recently there have been a lot of water bottle spills in my class. There was even a teacher that fell! Now lets get to the point, water bottles have been falling, spilling, breaking and flipping, so should they be allowed in class? I personally I’d say “no”, but only for people that … Continue reading Should Water Bottles Be Allowed In Class ?
By Benjamin Salvatore and Christopher Martin Have you ever been wondering what a multiplication problem is and then you look at a multiplication chart and figure out the answer? It may be helpful, but is it considered cheating? My teacher has a multiplication chart in her room and I don´t like it because I feel … Continue reading Are Multiplication Charts Considered Cheating?
By Emi Taylor Dear kids of HES, Many younger kids have some very fancy iPhones. The question is, should they be able to have them? iPhones are extremely valuable to most. You can text, call, and play on them. Is this a good thing, though? Young kids, spoiling their brains with a bright screen? No. But … Continue reading Should Kids Have Phones?
By Matthew Holenstein I think recess is important. Recess allows kids to have time to play and hang out with others without being disruptive in class. Recess helps improves test scores. After recess, the kids have released most of their energy so they can focus better in class. It also allows you to cooperate … Continue reading Recess
By Bodie Clark I think that every school should have recess. Recess allows kids to have a time to play and talk to others without getting in trouble. Recess also lets them run around, and when they come in they usually won’t be as a hyper and disruptive. They will focus and improve test scores … Continue reading Recess