By: Jared Godwin
It was just a normal day in STEM on October 31st. All classes have started and, the halls are as empty as a hot desert. Mr. F gave us our journal topic, and we wrote the morning away. Mr. F had a stack of newspapers he was dying to get rid of. He asks if we wanted to raid Mrs. Chine’s class. Suddenly an opportunity struck the class ,revenge was howling in the wind after what happened on Leif Erikson day. The 8th grade STEM kids ran in our class ,and disrupted our STEM class. After hitting several of us in the face with toilet paper, it was time to get them back. We have tried once before with teddy bears, but that was a fail. About half of the eighth graders were in algebra, we saw this as an easier raid. Mr. F sent us up with crumpled newspapers and we were ready to go.
It was Duck Dynasty Day at school so almost all of us were decked out in camouflage, and we were raring to go. The back door was a major fail and the Half of us took the main door, and the other half used the back door to the media center. All ready to fire, 8th grader Michael Feree saw Andrew Hall and, he blew our cover. The other door was a success! We all darted and fired right into the main door. After we got done celebrating our success we were told to pick up our mess.
A disturbing 8th grader was underneath the table stuffing balls of newspapers up his shirt. After we raided Mrs. Chine’s classroom someone threw a ball of newspaper in Mr. Cassano’s room, and 7th grade STEM student Romond DuVal didn’t know that war was over, and we had won. He screamed “ We are not giving up, this is war!” and when he opened the door the newspaper ball came back and hit him in the face. We all went back downstairs to Mr. F’s classroom, and we cherished our victory. But the 8th graders are never satisfied.