Attention Everyone, Attention Everyone! We have a crisis on our hands! What is this you say well Mr. Bradley is going away! We don’t really want him to go so here are some of our viewers responses to why he should stay.
Bella- We can’t lose one of our teachers and a very important coach to our soccer and track team.
Anonymous Viewer- Maybe it is for the better. He could get a wife this way.
Bekah- He is a great person and an amazing person.
Anonymous Viewer- He is the most popular teacher and we will miss him so much.
Jade- He has the least boring classes and they are so much fun.
Anonymous Viewer- He is fun!
Mr. Poppe- No comment, no comment furthermore no comment and in conclusion no comment.
Abbie- He gives a good vibe to the middle school and he’s he’s um um really into teaching the classes.
Cayleigh- School is interesting when he is around.
Anonymous Viewer- He gives lots of joy to all of his students.
Mrs. Zillinger- He is a called and trained Lutheran teacher who is a male and has a positive attitude to bring students and their families closer to their faith.
Anonymous Viewer- He is more than just a teacher he is one of the best friends I have ever had.
Well that is all we have to say.
Oh and one more thing DON’T GO!!!!!!!!!!!
By: The One And Only… And Smash It With A Hammer.
There have been some mysterious rumors circling around lately about an amazing event. Two Fridays ago, most of the seventh grade (including me) was mysteriously NOT HUNGRY for lunch!!! This shocking phenomenon was observed and commented on by an anonymous contact, who seems to think that Mr. Bradley was the main cause of this sudden case of satiation. On Friday, the whole seventh grade participated in Mercantilism Day during history class, which is right before lunch. Everyone was to bring in a product to trade or barter with. (Those who didn’t bring in an item got to be slaves.) Food was definitely the main product, of course. When would it not be? There were cookies, donuts, candy, jelly beans, and the famous Party in a Cone, which was a stunning hit.
Everyone traded well, and people got lots of food! There were a few stingy traders, however. Ellie, naming no names, was generously offering one Rollo for two cookies!! Harrumph!! All of the slaves (except two) were sold, with Mr. Bradley acting as the slave trader. I think that the seventh graders all had lots of fun, though poor Mrs. Zillinger had to deal with the sugar crazy kids all afternoon. It was an awesome experience, and Mr. Bradley should definitely do it again next year! Thanks for reading!
By: The Reading Random Roaring Raging Raiding Radiant Radical Rambunctious Zebra
Are you tired? Do you hate waking up early in the morning? Is your alarm clock your worst enemy? Well, then vote yes to the Presidential Cabinet’s new proposal (and then get a councilor to help you stop viewing your alarm clock with such menace) and prevent the students at Shepherd of the Hills from feeling the same way!
The Presidential Cabinet recently had a meeting where they decided to reveal a secret idea that they had been hiding for a long time- that next year, school will start at 8:45 instead of 8:15!
Of course, this is not a sure thing and it probably won’t be decided for a while. Regardless, I personally am elated that such a thing is even possible! Thank you, Presidential Cabinet!
Thanks would also be due to you if you would vote for this amazing change to happen! Just email email@example.com explaining why you think school should start later next year. Scientific evidence would be especially useful. If we like your reason we will add it to a packet we are compiling and use it to persuade the teaching staff at Shepherd that this change should be made.
Please support this idea and tell us through email why you think this proposition should be passed. We would really appreciate it!
By A. Nonny Mous