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Philadelphia Eagles’ Update

-anonymous Sports Wrtiter Our Philadelphia Eagles are not doing well, but are not doing so bad either. They have 4 wins and 6 losses. On November 22nd, they played the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Eagles were “whooped” 45-17. The team’s quarterback issue worsened after Sam Bradford was injured in week 10. When he was injured, 2nd-string QB Mark Sanchez […]

Bucktooth Chicken: The Prologue

     – a continuing story by Tyler W., and Andrew M., grade 4 Once upon a time, on Bucktooth Island, on the Brown farm, a new chick was born. Mama Chicken and Papa Chicken were very happy, but this wasn’t any ordinary chick. When the chick spit out the binky in his mouth, he had […]

Creative Classrooms: A journal entry

-Sean McLoone, grade 4 I was standing in my front yard when a ball rolled up to my feet. When I picked it up, it felt warm and it glowed.Then suddenly… Nothing happened. That’s weird. I was one hundred percent sure it was going to blow up. Suddenly, the ball started levitating. Then, a big, fat, slimy […]

Royals 7 Mets 2 Royals Win World Series

  -Matteo B., grade 8 The 12-inning Game 5 matchup between the Kansas City Royals and the New York Mets was a nail-biter. The game was tied at 2-2 and had to go into extra innings. The pitching matchup was Matt Harvey for the Mets and Edinson Volquez for the Royals. Both pitchers had an […]

Fuel Up To Play 60 Program, New at STJP!

Fuel Up To Play 60 Program, New at STJP!

-Gwen N., grade 6 Everyone at Saint Joseph the Protector is familiar with the programs at our school, and now there is a new one. The program is called “Fuel Up to Play 60,” which chose 5 students from sixth grade to participate in a leadership program in the city.The Daily Proector interviewed Nora Furletti, one of the chosen students […]

Creative Classrooms: My Morning Routine

a personal narrative by Sydney P., grade 6 Everyday my routine for the school morning is the same. First, I slowly crawl out of my bed. This usually takes longer than it should. Did I mention I have to wake up at 6:30? So that does not help. Next, I search through my closet, half asleep […]

Royals 5, Mets 3 Royals take Game 4

-Matteo B., grade 8 Game 4 of the World Series was a close one. The pitching matchup was Chris Young for the Royals and Steven Matz for the Mets. Veteran vs. Rookie. The series was 2-1 with the Royals ahead. he game was quiet until the third inning when Michael Conforto smacked a dinger (home […]