Book Creator


by Journalism Team


Monday 1st January 2021
Did you know that GSOTA does not always follow the district calendar?
Class Spot Light
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Here at Gardens School of Technology Arts our students are surrounded with a kind community and amazing role models. All our staff members try their absolute best to let them have the funnest learning experiences. We have many different electives to help the students here join in on more things and expand their knowledge in that elective.
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Words by Colin Murphy

For the magazine Colin Murphy chose to interview Mr. Joseph's Media class for the cover of the GSOTA Magazine. The topic was teaching and fun.

Q: Mr. Joseph why did you choose to work at Gardens School Of Technology Arts?
A: Because it was a wonderful place, a perfect location and seems great.

Q:Did you work at a school before GSOTA?
A:Yes I have been a teacher for 20 years and worked at 4 colleges, and art programs in the past.

Q:What was your first ever job?
A: My first job was being a paperboy.

Q: What is your favorite grade to teach in GSOTA?
A: 8th grade and possibly 7th grade.

Q:What's your favorite animal?
A: A cat.
GSOTA Events
By Isabela B
Member of the month
We interviewed Coach Milsaint here at GSOTA as a member of the month. First question I asked was, "What made you want to work here"? His response was "The reason why I wanted to work here was because of the school environment, staff members and how we work as a team and the professionalism shown here at the school." The second question was, "Do you like to help kids in your class?"and his response was "Absolutely." The last question was, "What do you like to do in your free time?" His last response was, "Playing soccer and going to the gym"
March 10: End of Quarter 3
March 12: Daylight Savings Time 
March 17: St. Patrick's Day / Lucky Charm Day
March 20th-24th: Spring Break
March 27: No School - Teacher Work Day
March 30: Open House for Prospective Families 5PM
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Pot of Gold
GSOTA Surveys
By: Kate Shiner & Lizette Jimenez
What is this survey about?
Survey QR Code
This survey was made for ideas on what things GSOTA students would like to see for upcoming events at school. This survey contains field day, upcoming dances & song recommendations, So please let us know what you think in our survey!
After spring break we will be uploading the results of the most voted for topics. It will provide how many people voted for it and the percentage it got compared to other things.
What is a survey?
A survey is the process of collecting and analysing data. We use surveys to gather knowledge in certain topics. We like to gather peoples opinions about things to help us find out what people want the most
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Mcdonalds, this meal already comes up to 780 calories by itself, but throw in a large Coke (290 calories) and large order of fries (510) and you’re looking at a meal that will set you back almost 1,600 calories. Can you guess what it is? It's the infamous Double Quarter Pounder with Cheese!
Burger King has its share of big, high-calorie sandwich, but this one is far and way the highest calorie item. It features three quarter-pound beef patties, bacon, cheese, special sauce on a sesame seed bun. The Triple Stacker King comes up to a whopping 1,370 calories.
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Five Guys: Large Fries, there's no denying that Five Guys has delicious French fries. It's impossible not to order a side of them with a burger or a hot dog. But if you're going to, just know that the large fry option has 1,314 calories, which is a lot, to say the least. If you add that to a burger with a bun (no other toppings) for 460 calories, you've got a meal that is nearly 2,000 calories in just one sitting.
One might assume that one of Dairy Queen's ice cream sundaes would be at the top of the list, but nope: it's the chicken. A six-piece basket of Honey Hot Glazed Chicken Strips comes in at 1,600 calories, one of the highest on this entire list. That doesn't even include fries.
Booming Businesses
By Pragya Mathuria
Welcome to Booming Businesses! This section features two businesses and jobs every week that are of high demand in 2023. There will be general information about the job. Before spring break comes to a start, here are a couple of in-demand travel jobs to consider.
Travel Blogger
Average Salary in the US: $30,069
Average Salary in the US: $60,645
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Ethics: honest, flexible, adaptable, dedicated, and having integrity
Travel bloggers travel to different places, write about their experiences, and publish them onto an online blog. This industry is in-demand where the blogging industry is set to grow by $417.85 billion between 2021-2025, as cited by DemandSage.
Geologists study the materials, processes, and history of the Earth. They travel for on-site work, develop research proposals, visit locations to collect samples, and conduct surveys. This job outlook has a 5% growth rate from 2021-2031, as stated by BLS.
Requirements: knowledge and real interest in creating travel blogs, willingness to research the travel blog's market, interacting with the blog's audience, and great investment of time and money in the travel blogs
Requirements: a bachelor's degree in geosciences (a master or doctorate degree may be needed for research roles), along with having skills involving communication, problem-solving, and technology (data analysing)
The Origin of
Sherlock Holmes
By: Shantel Tyree
Arthur Conan Doyle (The creator)
In 1877, a young medical student by the name of Arthur Conan Doyle became Dr Bell's clerk and the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, and was inspired, by what he saw of the good doctor's methods and powers of deduction and observation, to create the character of Sherlock Holmes. Joseph Bell used methods of observation and deduction on his patients and Conan Doyle was very impressed by his teacher's methods. This was an inspiration for the creation of Sherlock Holmes. That's why Joseph Bell was often named as "The Original of Sherlock Holmes"
Who inspired Sherlock Holmes?
On October 14, 1892, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, by Arthur Conan Doyle, is published. The book was the first collection of Holmes stories, which Conan Doyle had been publishing in magazines since 1887. Conan Doyle was born in Scotland and studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh, where he met Dr. Joseph Bell, a teacher with extraordinary deductive power. Bell partly inspired Doyle’s character Sherlock Holmes years later.
What makes Sherlock Holmes special?
Sherlock Holmes's success as a “consulting detective” comes from his uncanny ability to gather evidence based upon his honed skills of observation and deductive reasoning. minute observations and is thus able to solve the most difficult cases, which baffle others. He is quite well informed, but only in a limited number of subjects. I personally think what makes him interesting is that he solves mystery and helps people in a unique way and that he has a shady, mysterious aura to him. He is a very skilled and intelligent detective and you many find reading some books or watching some movie about his detective cases interesting and you may even like him as much as I do.