I am pleased to announce the release of our first school newspaper, “Jornal Makarena: O Saber Ler” (“The Daily Macarena: Knowing How to Read”).
Eighth, ninth and tenth grade journalist apprentices could be found copying their articles by hand onto blank paper in an empty classroom last Wednesday.
During the Monday and Friday bi-weekly all-school meetings, select students read aloud, reporter-style, a summary of this week’s hottest news topics: the weather, a donation of 2 markers to the school newspaper, and an eraser thief on the loose.
Next week’s update - Edition 2 of the Daily Macarena - is not to be missed. It will include a color-coded level super-easy Sudoku, and the poem “Part II: When I Was Child.”
If Nauela wasn’t making it into the press, it is now making its own press!