Advisory strengthens bonds with group activities

On Wednesday, May 6th, high school advisory groups take advantage of the warm weather by spending their 30 minute period outside. Students play football, Frisbee, and other engaging activities to help increase group bonding. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Sophomore Noah Smith tosses the Frisbee to fellow classmates. High school advisory’s take place more than 10 times each year. Usually students work with advisors about academic and social issues. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Noah Smith tosses the Frisbee to fellow classmates. High school advisory’s take place more than 10 times each year. Usually students work with advisors about academic and social issues. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Junior Cassandra Gonser plays football with the rest of her advisory class. Other students enjoy the warm weather and soak up the sunshine. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Junior Cassandra Gonser plays football with the rest of her advisory class. Other students enjoy the warm weather and soak up the sunshine. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Freshman girls gather in social circle during the high school advisory. Other students participated in throwing Frisbees and footballs. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Freshman girls gather in social circle during the high school advisory. Other students participated in throwing Frisbees and footballs. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Sophomore boys prepare to play Apples to Apples on the football field.Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore boys prepare to play Apples to Apples on the football field.Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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English class begins reading “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”

Allison Krause’s  10th grade CP English class begins to read “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” by Mark Twain. This novel raises extreme controversy over its use of the N-word over 200 times throughout the book. Some English classes in America have switched to a modified version of the book were the N-word is replaced with the word slave each time it is used. After reading the book, the class will be required to write a 4 page paper arguing whether the book promotes or condemns racism.

Students review worksheets that will need to be completed for the major paper at the end of the novel. The worksheet will include quotes from the text that either promote racism or condemn it. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex multimedia online.
Students review worksheets that will need to be completed for the major paper at the end of the novel. The worksheet will include quotes from the text that either promote racism or condemn it. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex multimedia online.
English teacher Allison Krause clarifies to the class what will be expected when writing about an extremely controversial book such as “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”. The paper will need to be at least 4 pages long and argue that the book either promotes racism or condemns it. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex multimedia online.
English teacher Allison Krause clarifies to the class what will be expected when writing about an extremely controversial book such as “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”. The book is set before the Civil War and is about a boy who is traveling with an runaway slave to the free states farther north. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex multimedia online.

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Sophomore Jennifer Beardsley begins to read “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”. The English CP class has begun to read this controversial novel in preparation for a major four page paper. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex multimedia online.
Sophomore Jennifer Beardsley begins to read “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”. The English CP class has begun to read this controversial novel in preparation for a major four page paper. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex multimedia online.
The class reviews the website librovox.com for free audio book recordings on each chapter of Huckleberry Finn. Audio books for Huckleberry Finn are also found on Youtube.com. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex multimedia online.
The class reviews the website librovox.com for free audio book recordings on each chapter of Huckleberry Finn. Audio books for Huckleberry Finn are also found on Youtube.com. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex multimedia online.

 

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Engineering class makes turbines

Engineering teacher John Banister-Marx teaches students how to make turbines in order to create the highest amount of energy possible. Every pair of students created their own turbine with foam boards and went through a series of trial runs to find the best angle for all blade.

Students Dylan Wilson and Emily Andrews exchange turbines. Each blade on the turbine helps it function better. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students Dylan Wilson and Emily Andrews exchange turbines. Each blade on the turbine helps it function better. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Wilson’s trial goes well as the turbine spins quickly and the blades stay stationary on the axis. With each trial run, students needed to add a blade onto the axis in order to get different results. Clara Tuttle for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Wilson’s trial goes well as the turbine spins quickly and the blades stay stationary on the axis. With each trial run, students needed to add a blade onto the axis in order to get different results. Clara Tuttle for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Banister-Marx helps 8th grader Dylan Wilson find the best angle on his turbine. The turbines are placed on a PCP pipe stand across from a large fan that blows the blades in circles. Clara Tuttle for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Banister-Marx helps 8th grader Dylan Wilson find the best angle on his turbine. The turbines are placed on a PCP pipe stand across from a large fan that blows the blades in circles. Clara Tuttle for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Eighth grader Olivia Provost documents her findings from the trial run. Each pair of students could cut their blades into any shape they want in order to find the one that will allow it to do the best in trial runs. Clara Tuttle for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Eighth grader Olivia Provost documents her findings from the trial run. Each pair of students could cut their blades into any shape they want in order to find the one that will allow it to do the best in trial runs. Clara Tuttle for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Eighth grader Abby Prudden writes down the data from her trial run. In each trial, students adjusted the blade angle in order to find the “sweet spot” or the angle which will make the turbine spin the fastest and create the most energy. Clara Tuttle for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Eighth grader Abby Prudden writes down the data from her trial run. In each trial, students adjusted the blade angle in order to find the “sweet spot” or the angle which will make the turbine spin the fastest and create the most energy. Clara Tuttle for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
As Banister-Marx recaps what the students had to in class, 8th grader Judy Johnson takes out her materials for the trial run. Each pair of students keeps a cardboard box with all their supplies for the quarter under their table. Clara Tuttle for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
As Banister-Marx recaps what the students had to in class, 8th grader Judy Johnson takes out her materials for the trial run. Each pair of students keeps a cardboard box with all their supplies for the quarter under their table. Clara Tuttle for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students settle into class before the trial run began as they take out all the necessary materials. To create the turbines, foam board is hot glued onto a wooden stick and then placed onto an axel which rotates.  Clara Tuttle for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students settle into class before the trial run began as they take out all the necessary materials. To create the turbines, foam board is hot glued onto a wooden stick and then placed onto an axel which rotates. Clara Tuttle for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Student Dylan Wilson begins his first trial. Wilson’s prototype was successful and spun quickly because of the fan. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Student Dylan Wilson begins his first trial. Wilson’s prototype was successful and spun quickly because of the fan. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
9150: This sheet shows the various topics the students needed to record. This included number of blades, blade radius, Voltage etc. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
9150: This sheet shows the various topics the students needed to record. This included number of blades, blade radius, Voltage etc. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
9149: Middle school student records his data after his first trial. Many students’ designs were successful but the biggest flaw was with the shape of the blade. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
9149: Middle school student records his data after his first trial. Many students’ designs were successful but the biggest flaw was with the shape of the blade. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
9147: Eighth grader Dylan Wilson displays his design before testing. His turbine took about 10 seconds before reaching full speed potential. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
9147: Eighth grader Dylan Wilson displays his design before testing. His turbine took about 10 seconds before reaching full speed potential. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Middle school students prepare for the lab of the day. Students said it usually takes about 10 minutes to prepare before they test their design. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Middle school students prepare for the lab of the day. Students said it usually takes about 10 minutes to prepare before they test their design. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Eighth grader records angles of the foam wings after gluing them together. Students were also expected to record the voltage, blade area, and total mass. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Eighth grader records angles of the foam wings after gluing them together. Students were also expected to record the voltage, blade area, and total mass. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
9143: Eighth grader Abby Prudden records data gathered by the wind speed of how fast the turbine was traveling. Students had to place their turbine in front of the fan and record the speed. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
9143: Eighth grader Abby Prudden records data gathered by the wind speed of how fast the turbine was traveling. Students had to place their turbine in front of the fan and record the speed. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

9142: Engineering students had just completed the Floaters, Fliers, and Sinkers lab and have now moved on to the turbine lab. Many students said they have been enjoying this lab and Banister-Marx will continue to do this lab for upcoming years. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
9142: Engineering students had just completed the Floaters, Fliers, and Sinkers lab and have now moved on to the turbine lab. Many students said they have been enjoying this lab and Banister-Marx will continue to do this lab for upcoming years. Credit: Caroline Francoeur for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Freshmen and Sophomores Play Advisory Games

Wednesday March 18th high school students had a turbo advisory day. Students were instructed to color on a piece of paper specifically to resemble a word chosen on the page. After students finished their drawings junior and seniors were sent to the gym and freshmen and sophomores were sent to the cafeteria for games and competitions.

 

Students of the freshmen class won the army crawl by a landslide. Freshmen Samantha Booma beats her peers in her final lap back from the race. Credit: Jenny Beardsley  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students of the freshmen class won the army crawl by a landslide. Freshmen Samantha Booma beats her peers in her final lap back from the race. Credit: Jenny Beardsley for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
In the final seconds of the completion, Heislemen finished with a win. Sophomore students cheered and congratulated their peer for helping get a victory.
In the final seconds of the completion, Heislemen finished with a win. Sophomore students cheered and congratulated their peer for helping get a victory.
Sophomore Noah Smith pushes to the end of this difficult round. This was the most stenous activity the students were assigned. Credit: Jenny Beardsley  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Noah Smith pushes to the end of this difficult round. This was the most stenous activity the students were assigned. Credit: Jenny Beardsley for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Focusing on keeping a strong core to stay in the game sophmores Kevin Heislemen and Dante Lombardi keep their heads up and straight backs. Heislemen eventually was in the last two remaining, and he won for his grade. Credit: Jenny Beardsley  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Focusing on keeping a strong core to stay in the game sophmores Kevin Heislemen and Dante Lombardi keep their heads up and straight backs. Heislemen eventually was in the last two remaining, and he won for his grade. Credit: Jenny Beardsley for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students assumed the competition would be quick although the sophmores won with a lucky five minute plank. Students had to keep a flat and straight body or else they would be disqualified. Credit: Jenny Beardsley  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students assumed the competition would be quick although the sophmores won with a lucky five minute plank. Students had to keep a flat and straight body or else they would be disqualified. Credit: Jenny Beardsley for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The competition of the “longest” students. Students had to hold a plank position for as long as they could without falling. Those who fell were disqualified. Credit: Jenny Beardsley  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The competition of the “longest” students. Students had to hold a plank position for as long as they could without falling. Those who fell were disqualified. Credit: Jenny Beardsley for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The competitions kick off with instructions from advisory teachers. History teacher Jen Coleman informs the freshmen and sophomores the rules of each game they will be playing and participating in. Credit: Cole Bourbon  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The competitions kick off with instructions from advisory teachers. History teacher Jen Coleman informs the freshmen and sophomores the rules of each game they will be playing and participating in. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students created the number shouted out with their bodies in their advisory groups. Each time a grade would successfully complete a number, a point would be added to their grade’s score. Credit:  Jenny Beardsley for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students created the number shouted out with their bodies in their advisory groups. Each time a grade would successfully complete a number, a point would be added to their grade’s score. Credit: Jenny Beardsley for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students created the number shouted out with their bodies in their advisory groups. Each time a grade would successfully complete a number, a point would be added to their grade’s score. Sophomores beat the freshmen overall. Credit: Cole Bourbon  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students created the number shouted out with their bodies in their advisory groups. Each time a grade would successfully complete a number, a point would be added to their grade’s score. Sophomores beat the freshmen overall. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students had to choose a word from the text on the page that is not a concrete noun. They must illustrate the word on the page and cannot highlight, circle, or underline the word.  Credit: Jenny Beardsley  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students had to choose a word from the text on the page that is not a concrete noun. They must illustrate the word on the page and cannot highlight, circle, or underline the word. Credit: Jenny Beardsley for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Melanie Carter draws another light bulb surrounding her word of choice. Every high school student made a piece of artwork for a whole school project. Credit: Jenny Beardsley  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Melanie Carter draws another light bulb surrounding her word of choice. Every high school student made a piece of artwork for a whole school project. Credit: Jenny Beardsley for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Will Heslop drew a light bulb around a word he was focusing on. Students were able to choose any noun on the page as long as it was related to their drawing.  Credit: Jenny Beardsley  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Will Heslop drew a light bulb around a word he was focusing on. Students were able to choose any noun on the page as long as it was related to their drawing. Credit: Jenny Beardsley for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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The two groups broke off into two groups on both sides of the cafeteria. Freshmen were in the back and sophomores were in the front. Credit: Jenny Beardsley  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The two groups broke off into two groups on both sides of the cafeteria. Freshmen were in the back and sophomores were in the front. Credit: Jenny Beardsley for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore students pile together to create the number eight. James Reeves, Michael Gali, Brandon Falk, Drew Tomas, Tommy Tofuri, and Will Heslop work together to put their number together.  Credit: Cole Bourbon  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore students pile together to create the number eight. James Reeves, Michael Gali, Brandon Falk, Drew Tomas, Tommy Tofuri, and Will Heslop work together to put their number together. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Freshmen and Sophomores Play Advisory Games

Wednesday March 18th high school students had a turbo advisory day. Students were instructed to color on a piece of paper specifically to resemble a word chosen on the page. After students finished their drawings junior and seniors were sent to the gym and freshmen and sophomores were sent to the cafeteria for games and competitions.

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MERHS Students Present Trip to Europe for International Week

On Thursday, March 12th, sisters and current students at Manchester Essex Jillian and Katie Furber presented their experiences from their trip to Europe for International Week. They visited France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany Italy, and Spain.

 Sophomore Jillian Furber describes the harsh climate of the Jungfrau region of the French Alps. Temperatures can reach far below zero at the summit of the mountain. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Jillian Furber describes the harsh climate of the Jungfrau region of the French Alps. Temperatures can reach far below zero at the summit of the mountain. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The long highways that go on for miles over looking beautiful scenery. Germany’s top export is oil, a crucial factor in the economy of Germany. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
The long highways that go on for miles over looking beautiful scenery. Germany’s top export is oil, a crucial factor in the economy of Germany. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Jillian Furber shares some of her personal experiences during their trip. One part of the trip that she shared was her amazement with how it could be a ninety-degree day at sea level and below zero on the mountains, but in the same town. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Jillian Furber shares some of her personal experiences during their trip. One part of the trip that she shared was her amazement with how it could be a ninety-degree day at sea level and below zero on the mountains, but in the same town. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
All levels of foreign language classes, both Spanish and French, spend their period watching the presentation that is prepared for them.  Some students, teachers, and other members of the community presented their experience of spending time in a foreign country. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
All levels of foreign language classes, both Spanish and French, spend their period watching the presentation that is prepared for them. Some students, teachers, and other members of the community presented their experience of spending time in a foreign country. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
All levels of foreign language classes, both Spanish and French, spend their period watching the presentation that is prepared for them.  Some students, teachers, and other members of the community presented their experience of spending time in a foreign country. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
All levels of foreign language classes, both Spanish and French, spend their period watching the presentation that is prepared for them. Some students, teachers, and other members of the community presented their experience of spending time in a foreign country. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

Members of a sophomore Spanish III class take notes on the presentation. All classes, including middle school, are instructed to take at least ten notes on the presentation in their target language. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin  for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Members of a sophomore Spanish III class take notes on the presentation. All classes, including middle school, are instructed to take at least ten notes on the presentation in their target language. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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Students pick courses for next year.

Students in the sophomore class met with the guidance department to select courses. Students were able to choose and look at the classes they have selected and want to be in for the following year.

Students in Dan Donoto’s F block English class worked with guidance on course selection. Students were choosing electives and looking at the classes they are in for next year. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students in Dan Donoto’s F block English class worked with guidance on course selection. Students were choosing electives and looking at the classes they are in for next year. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Jenny Beardsley looks over her anticipated courses for next year. Each student has at least seven classes. Classes are offered in either college prep (CP), honors (H), or advanced placement (AP). Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomore Jenny Beardsley looks over her anticipated courses for next year. Each student has at least seven classes. Classes are offered in either college prep (CP), honors (H), or advanced placement (AP). Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomores Peter Coyne and Charlie Baker share their classes for the following year with each other. During this process students are advised to check their current grades in their classes. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sophomores Peter Coyne and Charlie Baker share their classes for the following year with each other. During this process students are advised to check their current grades in their classes. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Student Ryan Field chooses exploratories for junior year. Guidance counselor Gillian Polk advises Field on which classes would best suit him. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Student Ryan Field chooses exploratories for junior year. Guidance counselor Gillian Polk advises Field on which classes would best suit him. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

Students talk among themselves after they finish choosing their classes. High school classes were able to meet with the guidance department on course selection for their future high school career. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Students talk among themselves after they finish choosing their classes. High school classes were able to meet with the guidance department on course selection for their future high school career. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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6th Graders Give Book Talks

On Friday February 27th, Rebecca Figueroa’s sixth grade English class gave book talks. Each student gave a review of the book they had been reading nightly. Presenting in front of the class helps the students get some practice with public speaking and literary analysis.

Sixth grader Will Rodier presents his book The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd. This book is a young adult mystery novel recommended for ages 8-12. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sixth grader Will Rodier presents his book The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd. This book is a young adult mystery novel recommended for ages 8-12. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Hattie Wilson raises her hand to ask her classmate a question about their presentation during the dedicated question time. Students are encouraged to ask relevant questions and make comments they have about other students’ book talks. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Hattie Wilson raises her hand to ask her classmate a question about their presentation during the dedicated question time. Students are encouraged to ask relevant questions and make comments they have about other students’ book talks. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
English teacher Rebecca Figueroa explains to her sixth grade students what it looks and sounds like to be a good audience. Sixth graders are taught these manners and skills within different assignments. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
English teacher Rebecca Figueroa explains to her sixth grade students what it looks and sounds like to be a good audience. Sixth graders are taught these manners and skills within different assignments. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sixth graders are assigned to read at least thirty minutes each night of a book of their choosing. Once they have finished the book, they present the book with a short summary, their rating out of ten, and who they would recommend it to.  Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sixth graders are assigned to read at least thirty minutes each night of a book of their choosing. Once they have finished the book, they present the book with a short summary, their rating out of ten, and who they would recommend it to. Credit: Cole Bourbon for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

Sixth grader Sean Phelan discusses Maze Runner by James Dashner. Students were encouraged to provide a visual display of something that relates to their book. Though most students chose to show the cover of the book, others, like Phelan, chose to provide a symbol that had to do with the story. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online
Sixth grader Sean Phelan discusses Maze Runner by James Dashner. Students were encouraged to provide a visual display of something that relates to their book. Though most students chose to show the cover of the book, others, like Phelan, chose to provide a symbol that had to do with the story. Credit: Ainsley McLaughlin for Manchester Essex Multimedia Online

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