Archive | June, 2013

Technology Consumes the Human by Julia Kasper

The Rotary Club of Pismo Beach / Five Cites Julia Kasper, Second Place Grade 8,  Judkins Middle School Teacher: Ms. Richards “When we finally slump down at the end of the day and wonder where the time went we scratch our heads wondering how checking a couple of emails ended up taking five hours.” (Freyda […]

 
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To Write Love On Her Arms by Rosie Salitore

The Rotary Club of Pismo Beach / Five Cites Rosie Salitore, Third Place Grade 8,  Judkins Middle School Teacher: Ms. Richards Peer pressure, bullying, gossip are all subjects that we can all contrive the questions of the Four-Way test. The Four-Way test enables us to analyze our moral behavior. Is it the truth? Is it […]

 
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Stereotyping by Mustafa Assal

The Rotary Club of Pismo Beach / Five Cites Mustafa Assal, First Place Grade 4,  Shell Beach Elementary School Teacher: Mr. Sharp Stereotyping has hurt many people in different ways. For example some ethnic groups have been stereotyped for being in gangs or being dumb or being ignorant or in our case terrorists. Stereotyping is […]

 
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The 4 Way Test by Jacob Crisp

The Rotary Club of Pismo Beach / Five Cites Jacob Crisp, Second Place Grade 5,  Ocean View Elementary School Teacher: Mrs. Gordon Jackie Robinson was the first black baseball player to play in the Major Leagues in 1947. Back then there were two leagues, a Negro League and a Professional league that did not allow […]

 
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4-Way Troop Support by Lisa Miller

The Rotary Club of Pismo Beach / Five Cites Lisa Miller, Third Place Grade 5,  Ocean View Elementary School Teacher: Mr. Copley For many years, my family and I have supported our troops by sending care packages to soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq. These care packages support the ideas of the 4-Way Test. There are […]

 
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THE 4-WAY TEST AND ME byt Talia Conn

The Rotary Club of Pismo Beach / Five Cites Talia Conn, First Place Grade 2,  Ocean View Elementary School Teacher: Ms. Janich Wherever I go to the library, it reminds me of when black people were not allowed to check out books and books remind me of the book called “Ron’s Mission.”  In “Ron’s Mission,” Ron […]

 
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Beethoven and the four way test by Torsten Johnson

The Rotary Club of Pismo Beach / Five Cites Torsten Johnson, Second Place Grade 1,  Branch School Teacher: Mrs. Metcalf Ludwig van Beethoven is my favorite composer. I enjoy playing music. I play the piano. Beethoven wrote my favorite piano piece, called Fur Elise. It means for Elise. Who was Elise? Nobody knows for sure. […]

 
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