The president of middle school (Ellie) and her cabinet (Kyra, Reilly, and Noah) have been announced, but what happens now? One thing that is happening now is petitions. So far, two petitions have been submitted. As of today, only one has been made official. Before the election, students in fourth through eighth grade weren’t allowed in the fish bowl. Before I explain more about the petition, let me tell you what the fish bowl is. The fish bowl is an indent in the ground between the swings and the playground. This indent is shaped like a square, so it is called a bowl. The fish part came around because Shepherd of the Hills is a school. Ha-ha! If you don’t get that, it was a joke because fish travel in schools and SOTH is a school. Get it? Ha-ha! I like to make fish jokes because I am part fish myself. Now, about that petition. The petition was made by the president, and the president suggested in that petition that older students may use the fishbowl when the younger students aren’t there. The petition for fishbowl use passed through the teachers quickly and very soon after, an announcement was made at the end of lunchtime. Mr. Bradley announced that the petition was successful! Fourth through eighth graders are now allowed to be in the fishbowl when younger students aren’t’ around. Students are very happy that their president has made changes to boundaries. Another petition that has been made but not passed yet is that the process to get a petition passed could be shorter. Anyway, this is the Electric Neon Glowing Cinnamon Fish Stick signing off!
By: The Electric Neon Glowing Cinnamon Fish Stick