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Towne Meadow Crier
January 2015
Towne Meadow Crier
Ari Herold, Editor in Chief
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TOWNE MEADOW CRIER
This is the one-year anniversary edition. I am so happy about
how much the paper has grown in just one year. We have
been able to bring you lots of new features thanks to all of the
people who are committed to helping make the Towne
Meadow Crier the top paper in school. It’s hard to believe
that one year ago, I, Ari Herold, was the only one doing this.
Then, just one month later, more students joined me. Over the
year, nine other students have written for the paper. Thank
you to all of our writers for your hard work!
Our Reporters
Avery Fox
Hailey Fox, TME graduate
Teddy Ginstling
Sally Griswold
Tate Horsley
Anna Sears
Emily Switzer
Lydia Teeter
Richard Zhang
I hope we didn’t miss anybody! We are always looking for
new writers and new stories. Even if you have written
something like a poem or a story for a class, we would love to
publish it here for you. If you have a picture you have drawn,
send it in! You can reach us at
[email protected]
CONTENTS
Letter from the editor
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Joke of the month
1
Meet the student
2
Eating with Teddy
2
Word search
3
Ski Report
3
JOKE OF THE MONTH
Submitted by Ari Herold
Knock, knock!
Who’s there?
Dwayne.
Dwayne who?
Dwayne the bathtub, it’s
overflowing!
Thank you to all of the students, teachers, and staff that have
been interviewed for our articles. A special thank you to Ms.
Prince and Mr. Phares for making the paper available in the
Friday Flyer each month.
Thanks for reading!
Ari Herold, Editor in Chief
Towne Meadow Crier
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EATING WITH TEDDY
By Theodore Ginstling
Restaurant: Mama Carolla’s
1031 East 54th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46220
5 out of 5 stars
Do you like restaurants that look like a house? A house that people
used to live in? Mama Carolla’s used to be a house for more than
three families, a factory, and more! Now, it’s one of my favorite
Italian restaurants.
My first tip to tell you is that you don’t want to finish, or even get
close to finishing your appetizer. It’s so filling, you won’t have
enough room in your stomach for the meal! Also, you always want
to try and get to Mama Carolla’s before it opens, because it’s super
crowded.
My favorite dish is Chicken Parmesan. It has cheese and lots of
tomato sauce and it is really good. I’ve had it at a lot of different
restaurants, but no one makes it as good as Mama Carolla’s. My
sister’s favorite dish is Pasta Alfredo. (They are both pretty cheesy!)
MEET THE STUDENT
Correction: Last month
we mistakenly listed our
student as Emily
Escobar when her
name Kyra. Sorry Kyra!
By Emily Switzer
Kyra Escobar
Grade: 3rd
Teacher: Mrs. Baldwin
Favorite Color: Purple
Favorite Food: Noodle Soup
(with no chicken)
Hobbies: Taekwondo, running,
and drawing
Siblings: Gabriel Escobar
For dessert, I recommend the cannoli. It is a crunchy shell filled with
ricotta cheese (it doesn’t taste anything like cheese). I also like
tiramisu.
I like Mama Carolla’s because it feels like you are eating at
home. The food is really awesome at Mama Carolla’s.
ABOUT THE EDITOR
My name is Ari Herold. I am in Mrs.
Blake’s second grade class. I made this
paper because I thought the school
needed a newspaper, and it would
make kids interested in new things.
JOIN OUR TEAM!
We are always looking for new
writers! If you want to be a part
of The Towne Meadow Crier,
email us at
[email protected]
Towne Meadow Crier
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ANNIVERSARY WORD SEARCH
By Ari Herold
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Word Bank
YEAR
ANNIVERSARY
BIRTHDAY
TOWNE MEADOW CRIER
WRITERS
READERS
EDITOR
NEWSPAPER
AGAINST THE WIND
By Richard Zhang
Skiing is a great sport but not many people have chance to do it.
Photo courtesy of Oliver Zhu
My friends and I went skiing several times this winter break. This
place is called Perfect North Slope where Indiana, Kentucky,
and Ohio meet. When we arrived at the parking lot, there were
lots of cars. I saw people coming down zigzag from the slopes
and heard woo-hoo sounds. It must be fun and I couldn’t wait
to get on the lift.
There were several lifts that you could take and they were
named by colors. The green one was for beginners and the blue
one was a little harder. The orange one was harder than the green and blue, but it was really fun
and was my favorite. It led to two trails, the Far Side and Clyde’s Super Slide. I loved them. The Far
Side was about one mile long and Clyde’s Super Slide was connected to other two trails. I have
done the red lift that was the second hardest. It also had several different trails that you could go
down. Now the hardest of all was the white one. I had gone on it once but I didn’t like it. I could
also go up a slope by rope instead of a lift. Yes, a rope could pull people up and reach to the top
of a small hill. Down Slide was a terrain park where people could do tricks on bumps and rails.
My friends and I loved to race each other on the slopes. Sometimes we even swooped down in a
formation. I could feel wind blowing on my face. It was so cool, but of course sometimes made me
freeze to death. It was time to take a break. We rushed to the lodge. Pizza, hot chocolate and
games were waiting for us. What a fun trip it was!
Towne Meadow Crier
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