This is part IV in the student voices. This writing discusses how we lack in environmental concerns and how it is harmful to our future. It was written by seventh grade students Marc and Ethan. We care about the earth because we live in it. We use everything in the environment. if we don’t protect … Continue reading Student Voices: The Cause & Effect of Climate Change
Part III in the student voices piece. This piece was written by three seventh grade students, Keeley, Alissa, and Haylee. It discusses the importance of little steps we take to insure the protection of the environment. What we can do to help protect the environment by recycling. We can not litter all of the time. … Continue reading Student Voices: The Little Steps We Take
Part II of Student Voices. This short piece is a very creative and beautifully written letter by two very talented students. These students have written an imaginative piece where they envision a dark and uncertain future for humankind. Picture it: it is 2058, you barely survived the bombing of 2019. The tragic war was over … Continue reading Student Voices: A Vision of The Future
The following letter was written by a couple of eighth grade students demonstrating tremendous care for our environment. These students have reached out to our senators by writing short letters on the importance of climate change. Do you want your grandkids to have to wear gas masks because the air is so polluted? If we … Continue reading Student Voices: A Letter To The People of Oklahoma
Oklahoma oil companies have been controlling our representation for far too long. It happens on a state level and affects things like education. Forcing our educational system to take the back burner for years. We have rallied time after time and nothing has been successful enough to unify us until this week. My question for … Continue reading What Will It Take For Oklahoma’s Senators To Start Taking Constituents seriously?
We live on a planet inhabited by roughly 7.5 billion people, and in America, we have over 323 million people to protect and keep nourished. These people need food, water, and space to survive. It is important to see the impact 323 million people have on our planet each and everyday. In Oklahoma, we have … Continue reading Why Protecting Our Planet is Important?
“He’ll be famous— a legend—I wouldn’t be surprised if today was known as Harry Potter Day in the future— there will be books written about Harry—every child in our world will know his name.”—Minerva McGonagall (Harry Potter and the Philosopher Stone) June 26th 1997 marks the day Harry Potter and the Philosopher Stone was first … Continue reading Harry Potter: A History