Letters to the Editor
(These comments are from students in Katie Parchen’s fifth-grade language class at Rifle Middle School, in response to the new weekly story series, “Keep Your Eye on Amanda!”)
I think this is a good thing you are doing so people and kids can get reading. ” Hannah Roush
We liked the book because it talks about a raccoon that gets to do fun stuff. It is awesome and exciting and I can’t wait to hear the next one. We like the story. ” Brittany Neptune and Daelyn Quinty
I think your series “Keep Your Eye on Amanda!” will be a big hit! ” Racheal Keithly
I think you should keep putting the story in the paper because they’re funny. They are also really, really good to read in the morning. ” Nick Bagby
I really liked “Keep Your Eye on Amanda!” I thought it was funny. Amanda is the funniest I thought. ” Herbert Munoz
The story in the newspaper is cool! ” Elvis Garcia
I really love the story. I would really like to read more about it. You should put chapter 2 in the paper. ” Elizabeth Mireles
I think you should keep writing stories in the paper because a lot more kids will be getting the paper and reading it. You will be making a lot of kids happy, too. ” Vanessa Herrera
Thank you for sending us newspapers of Phillip and Amanda. That is really nice of you. Do you work for the newspaper people? Maybe you can come to Rifle Middle School. ” Javier Urenda
” Editor’s Note: “Keep Your Eye on Amanda!” will appear in the Post Independent every Wednesday through May 26. To request a free teacher’s guide, write editor Heather McGregor at email@example.com.
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