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2/17 GSOTA Magazine

by Journalism Team


GSOTA Magazine
Fun fact about Gsota
When switching to virtual learning, Middle School didn't lose a day of learning!
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Words by Colin Murphy
About Mrs.Signorelli
This is according to Mrs.Signorelli is a teacher for 1st grade. Mrs.Signorelli was born and raised in Boston, MA. She earned her Bachelor's degree at Southern New Hampshire University and Masters at Florida Atlantic. Mrs.Signorelli taught in Thailand for a year and in Florida since 2010. She had wanted to first teach when she was in first grade which is a coincidence. She wanted to reach children as a whole to make sure they felt appreciated and loved.
Spotlight class of the week
Words by Colin Murphy

Question for the spotlight class of the week

1.Has there been anything fun you have done in your class.
"Yes. We have done valentine celebrations, experiments for science and way more"

2.Do you think your student like or enjoy your class.
"I hope they like my class"

3.This question is for the students. Do you enjoy Mrs.Signorelli's class
Multiple kids
"She is amazing"

School Events
by: kate shiner
Daily Reminders 
-In class at 8AM
-No gum
-Cell phones off and in your backpack
-Only water on campus
This weeks photo competition winner : Kate Shiner
February 13-17: Scholastic Book Fair 
February 14th: Valentines Day
February 20th: No School, Teacher Work Day
February 22nd: Anti-Bullying Day Wear Pink 
February 22: Open House at 5pm
February 24th: 8:15 AM 8th Grade PSAT
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My inspiration behind this photo is that I was on the way to school and the sun was rising. I also thought it was pretty because the sky looked like a painting and the windshield had raindrops on it and added to the affect.
The mysteries of the world
By Aniyah
The missing plane of flight 370
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The Malaysian flight is one of the biggest mysteries that has gone unsolved. At 12:51 AM the plane took off. The last words that came off that flight was " Good Night, Malaysian Three Seven Zero" Before taking off and reaching a cruising altitude of 35,000 ft ( 10,700 m). The plane eventually went off course across the sea. The backup was turned off so nobody came for the plane. On march 8, 2014, flight 370 was declared missing. After 3 days they conducted a wide search of where they were last seen.
These are all the passengers that were on flight 370 that are still not found.
After 3 years of searching, pieces of the plane were started to show up in fishing lines, islands , and on beaches. 19 pieces of the plane were found in total and are being held in a museum as evidence. There were no signs of life anywhere along the sea of where the wreckage was found. The case gone cold since then but is open for new leads by the loved ones of the missing passengers. There are theories saying that the plane forgot to refuel before it took off and caused it to lose control and fall into the sea. Others say it was a russian missile, leaving only pieces of the plane and no human life.
Written by Shayla Coleman
Question: what's your favorite cereal?
James Caleb Jackson invented the first cereal, Granula he made it in 1863
He made the cereal with graham flour dough that was dried and broken into shapes so hard they needed to be soaked in milk overnight. Cereal is also a great source of carbohydrates It helps transport energy to help our bodies do regular activities in our everyday life.
1. Cheerios
Lester Borchardt is the inventor of cheerios, cheerios was officially created in 1941. Cheerios is very bad for your cholesterol, in only six weeks it can down your cholesterol by 4 percent. Cheerios was made because the company of General Mills wanted a product that could be as good as Wheaties and Corn Flakes
2. Rice Krispies
Rice Krispie cereal was published and sold by Kellogg's in 1917 and released to public in 1928. In Australia and New Zealand, they actually call it "Rice Bubbles". The way it was made was actually because of Kellogg pouring milk over a brand-new, toasted rice cereal from the Kellogg test kitchen, and gives it a try.
3. Cinnamon Toast Crunch
There's a lot of weird stories about cinnamon toast crunch cereal but other than that, cinnamon toast crunch was published 1984 and made with small squares of wheat and rice covered with cinnamon and sugar.
4. Frosted Flakes
Frosted Flakes is another cereal invented by Kellogg. It has been introduced in 1952. It was actually originally called Sugar Frosted Flakes. it's a sweetened version of corn flakes.
5. Raisin Bran
Raisin Bran was invented in/by The Skinner Manufacturing Company in 1926. The main ingredients for Raisin Bran are Raisins and bran flakes it
definitely lives up to its name. Not too long after the Kellogg company started selling their own version of Raisin Bran.
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The History of books
By Wanessa Belizaire
Whats a book?
A book is a recording of information in writing or images, typically composed of many pages and bound together and protected by a cover.
Top 5 most popular books
What is the oldest book in the world?
Some people think the Bible was written shortly after the world was created, making it the oldest book. Yet biblical scholars know the books that make us the Bible were written over many centuries and that many of the stories included in it were set down centuries after the events they recorded happened.
The Epic of Gilgamesh
The First book was written by a Roman named sîn-lēqi-unninni at around the 2nd or 3rd century CE. The Epic of Gilgamesh was written in a language called "akkadian". The Epic of Gilgamesh is a poem about the story of gilgamesh, in the mythological hero-king of Uruk, and his half-wild friend, Enkidu.
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The Epic of Gilgamesh
1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows(J.K. Rowling)
This book was about Harry Potter and his friends finding ways to destroy Voldemort. They learn that even good contains a bit of evi, and vise versa.

2.Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.(J.K. Rowling)
This book was about Harry potter's struggles through is fifth year at hogwarts including the surreptitious return of the antagonist Lord Voldemort, O.W.L. exams, and an obstructive Ministry of Magic.

3.Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.(J.K. Rowling)
This book was about Harry Potter, a wizard in his fourth year at Hogwarts and the mystery surrounding the entry of Harry's name into the Triwizard Tournament, in which he is forced to compete.

4.Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.(J.K. Rowling)
The plot follows Harry's second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, during which a series of messages on the walls of the school's corridors warn that the "Chamber of Secrets" has been opened and that the "heir of Slytherin" would kill all pupils who do not come from all-magical families.

5.The Alchemist.(Paulo Coelho)
The Alchemist is a classic novel in which a boy named Santiago embarks on a journey seeking treasure in the Egyptian pyramids after having a recurring dream about it and on the way meets mentors, falls in love, and most importantly, learns the true importance of who he is and how to improve himself

Unique Pets
By: Shantel Tyree
American Black Bears
Polar Bears
The American Black Bear, also known as the black bear or sometimes baribal, is a medium sized bear endemic to North America. It is the continent's smallest and most widely distributed bear species. Black Bears are omnivores because they eat both plants and meat. A Florida Black Bears diet varies, but usually consists of 80% plants, 15% insects, and 5% animal matter. Some of their favorite foods are fruits, nuts, honey and other plant parts. Black bear cubs weigh less than one pound at birth. they gain 20 to 30 pounds in three months. An excellent swimmer, black bears can paddle at least a mile and a half in freshwater. A bear's claws can grow as long as a whiteboard eraser. Overall they wouldn't make great pets and most likely never be a pet due to the fact that they cannot be domesticated. They are unique and cute creatures.
The polar bear is a hypercarnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle, enocompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and surrounding seas and surrounding land masses, this includes the most northern regions of North America and Eurasia. Unlike other bear species, Polar Bears are almost exclusively meat eaters which makes them carnivores. Polar Bears feed Primarily on ringed seals, but will also eat bearded seals, harp seals, hooded and harbor seals, when available. Larger prey species such as walrus, narwhal and beluga are occasionally hunted. Polar bears will readily scavenge on marine mammal carcasses. Overall Polar Bears also cannot and most likely will not be a pet because they cannot be domesticated. They are still very cool and unique animals with an ability to survive in the frigid temperatures of the arctic.