Mrs. R’s Response
WE GOT THE GRANT!
Counselor Harris and I will be working on spending our grant money by buying books concerning bullying. Suggestions are appreciated. Be on the lookout for the display in the IMC.
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What I am reading...
I will be reading books about bullying. This one will definetly be added to the list of books purchased with our grant....
Inside cover...Marley Sandelski feels invisible. Teachers don't call on him. Popular kids don't talk to him. He has friends in the AV club, but the only other people who can find him seem to be jerks and bullies, like Digger Ronster and the Gorn. When they get hold of him, Marley's bruises show up just fine. Then is seems like Marley's only choice is to run. But can he run fast enough to stay invisible to the bullies without disappearing entirely? Is warp speed too fast. Lisa Yee tells the story of a kid who doesn't get seen, but deserves to be heard.
First Place: February, 2012