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- Poudre school district 7
- Warrington Middle School 7
- Franklin McKinley School District 5
- Kinard Middle School 5
- College Connection Academy 4
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Kinard Middle School namesake, Hal Kinard, talks about growing up and why he became a teacher.
Otis Johnson (Age 11), a current 7th grader, asks his father Jeremy Johnson (Age 41) what middle school was like for him. Witness the challenges and the fun of what middle school was like in the 90s.
On 11/22/17 I interviewed Bijian Shao for the Great Thanksgiving Listen.
Isaac David, an 8th grader at Franklin County Middle School, interviews his mother Patti David (maiden name Conway) about her life. They talk about her childhood, her career, and her love of her children.
Interview with Steven Gonzales about his life.
An eighth grader, Adia, interviews her new middle school principal, Mr. Brummet, about his childhood, home life, and work life.
This was Leah interviewing McKenzie. We asked questions about her life.
Sylvia Evans, aged 73 talks about growing up in South Boston (Southie) and everything else in her life. She talks about the lessons that she learned and her journey through life.
The 60’s, about Kennedy and Coal Mines and school then vs. Now.
I interview my mom about growing up, mostly about her school experiences and how they defined the rest of her adolescent years.
Eighth graders, Adia and Kellee, interview their middle school guidance counselor about her childhood home life, and work life.
I asked my mom five questions that she answered about her experience with childhood cancer
Stephanie an 8th grade in animo Jefferson, wants to be a therapist when she grows up.
Mrs Hallman shared her memories with us which were things that were important to her. She was explaining how school was different back in the day and told about her volunteer work. She shared who influenced her life and her...
Laura Secchi shares life memories and how changes in her life have shaped who she is
In this interview I found that my grandma spent a lot of time alone, and was very independent as a kid. Also, that she hadn’t found her hobbies and or things she liked until she was older.
Jack Smith’s best friend was kidnapped by the government, and he never saw him again. On January 5, 2020, Ayden Lord interviewed her grandpa, Jack Smith, in Studio City about his best friend Yoshi who was taken to a Japanese...