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  • Falling action
  • James Crossett
  • Zachary McMillan
  • Poetry! (Max's axe)
  • Falling action
  • Multiplication tables!!!
  • Falling action
  • Math awards!!!
  • When I was accepted into AIG I learned what it meant to be above the rest and how to work in a group with friends without goofing off and being a nussiance unlike some of my friends...
  • Falling action
  • One of my favorite times were when I realized just how good I was at math... And how some people were still better than me.
  • Resolution
  • In my AIG classes I was able to obtain a medal for being the best in the school in a nationwide contest although in the whole scoreboard I only got an honorable mention. P.S. me and my friend both won the award!!!
  • Resolution
  • At the school dance for the 5th graders I didn't feel like dancing because I just didn't feel comfortable. This was important to me because I had so much hope that I could be myself, my better, more fun self, but because I felt I couldn't let go and be loose I learned that if I want to live a happy life I need every chance I've got to let loose.
  • When I arrived at middle school I expected to be able to start anew. However, this didn't happen because I couldn't let go of my past so I couldn't start anew in my eyes so I tried to be a new person in the eyes of others, my new friends.
  • James Crossett
  • That brings me to today, in the seventh week of school and I couldn't be happier that I made it here. In these first few weeks of school I have learned many new things. Those include how to delegate tasks in stressful situations and how to always take a chance to get some rest ( if appropriate).
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