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The Hawk's Eye 3rd Edition 2023

by Cawley Newspaper Club

Pages 2 and 3 of 17

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What's Happening: Middle School Month
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Dodgeball Tournament
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Spirit Week
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Written by: Kara McIntyre & Emma Tilton
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Written by: Kara McIntyre
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On April 17th, the whole school competed in the dodgeball tournament.  Congratulations to the 6th grade winners, the Dodgeball Busters, the 7th grade winners, The Gang, and the 8th grade winners, The Rizzards. On the 6th grade winning team was Chase Ferrell, Ryan Lovejoy, Nolan Murphy, Mason Fay, Noah Huston, Mason Valcourt, Jake Santosuosso, Xavier Vasquez, Cameron Gordon, and Travis Gallagher.  On the 7th grade winning team was CJ Silvia, Logan Dulac, Conner Marshall, Gavan Shea, Xander Welch, Gage Dion, Winston George, Max Laliberte, Emmanuel Mokua, and Mr. Trimmer.  On the 8th grade winning team was Ryson Michaud, Braden Connolly, Jacoby Acevedo, Owen Huard, Jackson Ferrell, Mrs. Swiderski, Dom LeBranche, Jacoby Jordan, Tim Evans, and Akash
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Spirit Week was one of the best weeks of Middle School Month.
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Kadariya.  All the teams that competed worked hard, and all the fans were very supportive. Overall, the dodgeball tournament was a lot of fun!
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Not only did we have a pep rally, a Friday night dance, twin day, flex activities, and more, it was the time for students to show their spirit! People went all out on Friday to show support for their grade's, and our school’s, colors. Sixth grade wore white, seventh grade wore yellow, and eighth grade wore green. We had some amazing twins (and triplets, quadruplets,etc.) who showed their Cawley spirit! The pep rally was a blast. Each grade showed how much they were willing to fight for the win! On Monday, the grades faced off in a flex activity that required students to match teachers to a future career choice. The students really stepped it up and showed how much school spirit exists here at Cawley!
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Graffiti Wall
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Written by Emma Tilton
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All of the students had the opportunity to make graffiti words for the graffiti word wall as a part of Middle School Month. The students got to pick one of five words for their graffiti word. They also had to pick a style and the colors for their word.  When they were done with their designs, they put them on the wall in the cafeteria. All of the students who participated did an amazing job, and all the words looked great.
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What's Happening: Middle School Month
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Written by: Robby Tremblay
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Mardi Gras Parade
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Foreign Language Week
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Written by: Abby Brown
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On the days leading up to Mardi Gras, a French festival with parades and music, students in Monsieur Bickford's class made mini-floats, mostly styled like real Mardi Gras floats! Each group of students got to name their "Krewe" or their group. It was really fun, and a lot of great floats were created. Spanish class did their version, Carnival, which is a popular Spanish holiday with many similarities to Mardi Gras. Spanish class students made masks and floats too; theirs were bejeweled and feathered. Both were pretty fun, and they were both a great representation of the real holidays.
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Following the day of the Middle School Month kickoff assembly, the scavenger hunt began. Students searched high and low for Eiffel Towers and Sugar Skulls. At the end of a few days, there were only 12 left in the school. Sixth grade found the most with a score of 34 sugar skulls and Eiffel Towers. Seventh grade came in second with 28 sugar skulls and Eiffel Towers. And eighth came in a close third with 26 Eiffel Towers and sugar skulls. Wednesday of that week, there was a dress-up day when students dressed up as their favorite book or movie character. And by the end of the week, the score was: grade 6 with 16 points, grade 7 with 9 points, and grade 8 with 10 points.
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