March 2010: The How? Issue

“Love begins at home, and it is not HOW much we do… but HOW much love we put in that action. ” – Mother Teresa

“Obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out HOW to climb it, go through it, or work around it.” – Michael Jordan

This month the Journalism Stars offer some interesting takes on the “How?” assignment that you can try for yourself, like how to “Play it Safe” in the halls or how to create your own Pokemon cards. We also explore some of the “how” questions that you might be wondering about, like: “How do things get done at PS 102?” And, “How do we all get along together in such a big school?”

We also spent club time learning how to use this WordPress blog site. Yep, the fourth grade at PS 102 has officially entered the blogosphere! Most of this month’s stories were written and edited directly on the site. Enjoy!


>> “PS 102 Census,” reporting by Tania

>> “POKEMON CARD CREATOR,” reporting by Judah

>> “How to Know and Avoid Drugs,” reporting by Aidan P.

>> “Keep it Safe,” reporting by Mary Kate

>> “How Can We Recycle in Our Community?” reporting by Melody

>> “How Does the Kitchen Get All Its Food?” reporting by Carolyn

>> “How does the PTA do it?” reporting by Allison

>> “How does Someone Become Principal for a Day?” reporting by Aidan C.

>> “How to Show Respect for All,” reporting by Jasmine

>> “How to Avoid Bullying,” reporting by Sammy


2 responses to “March 2010: The How? Issue

  1. Pingback: March 2010: The How? Issue « P.S. 102's Student Blog

  2. Pingback: Judah’s latest article | Away with Words: In Pursuit of Authenticity

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