Cameron Hunter, Journalist, Couch Middle School

Bridging the Gap
Parental permission
By Cameron Hunter 

Your best friend’s birthday is in three days.  Like all amazing friends you have spent the day daydreaming away with your best friend about her upcoming party. You’ve finally figured everything out from where it’s going to be, to who’s going, and then…it’s time to ask your parents!  

That’s right! No more prancing around and being happy because now the challenge has risen.

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Healthy, Happy Friends - October 2013
By Joan Sewell

What a wonderful success the Alzheimer’s Garage sale was.  If you remember it occurred on September 6 -7 at the South Campus meeting room. In those two days, sales of assorted household items together with the splendid lunch on Saturday netted almost $14,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association.  This was truly a win-win situation.

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Politics, religion &… the things you NEVER talk about, right?  
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Election Day - Tuesday, 11/5/2013
Advanced voting - 10/14/13 - 11/1/13
Last day to register to vote - 10/7/2013
By Rodney Camren

We have been told they are relationship killers and they can be, if all parties included in the conversation don’t have an open mind, especially when talking about Politics.

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I recently went to the Snell family reunion. I always look forward to our reunion, to see who has gotten older (ha, like myself), who has gotten married and of course who has had a baby or babies!  I love all of my family and I'm very proud to be a part of it. 

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Brookwood baseball and football players on a Saturday in October 2013.

NG3 Gwinnett!!... Character!
By NG3 staff

Character.  In the classroom, high school students learn about dangling participles, centripetal force, the pythagorean theorem, and The Battle of the Little Bighorn.  On the practice field, they are taught how to pick up a blitzing linebacker, when to throw to the cut-off man, how to elongate their stride in the 400, how to defend the pick-and-roll.  Our teachers and coaches have their hands full. At NG3, we work alongside these hard-working men and women to complete the picture for our next generation.

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