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I am writing this article so students are happy with our school in order to celebrate what our school has accomplished. I also want students attend what their school has made. In order to help students know how many amazing things our school has paid for and accomplished in the past and present here are the things I want to know:
What is the biggest event in ACS?
What is the hardest thing to do in a big event?
How long did it take to prepare some of the biggest events?
What are some of the many big changes from then and now?
How long did it take to prepare an event back then?
How many people do you have to get to pull off an event?
How much money does it take to work out an event?
How many big events were canceled?
How were the big events back then?
What was the main attraction of the events back then?
Guess who will give the answers to you? Me, Ryan! First, you should know what the biggest event is: it’s the pep rally. What do you think is the hardest thing to do in a big event? Dr.Damon thinks the hardest thing to do is to work out the details. Can you believe that it takes eight months to prepare an event? Dr.Damon also said that there is a difference from when the school started till now; nowadays we have more student volunteers, so thank them too. Not all events worked out, two events was canceled one due to rain. Do you know how many people must attend the event to pay the bills? At least 1,500 people and 12 employees to organize it. Do you know how much money it takes? It takes $50,000 max to organize it. There is another difference from when Dr.Damon started till now, it is that there are a lot more events from now. Dr.Damon also told me that he thinks the main attraction is being together.
Thanks for reading my article.
Article posted December 9, 2011 at 12:36 AM •
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I am in fifth grade. I like fifth grade. It's one of the most fun grades I have been in. I also have one of the best techers in the school.
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