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Design An Ad

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2019

80 Ad Designs

Design An Ad Write an Editorial Publication A Chronicle Newspaper in Education Program

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2019Design&Write

GrandPrizeWinners FIRST PLACE

Jack Fedan

Amherst Junior High

Roxy Trunzo

Amherst Junior High

Lauren Wing

Avon Middle School

Addison Wood

Amherst Junior High

Natalie Saddler

St. Mary School

COVER: Avon Middle Schools students, Lauren Scully, left and Paige Montague designed the cover grahics for this year. Other submissions can be cound on page 33

SECOND PLACE

Maggie Atherton

Nord Middle School

Skylar Kruszka

Avon Middle School

Lauren Scully

Avon Middle School

Jack Wooten

St. Jude School

Mallory Heyd

Amherst Junior High

Avon Middle School

Abby Hill

Midview West

Amelia Holbrook

Avon Middle School

The inspiration for the clay ceramic plaque on the cover came from Avon Middle School students Paige Montague and Lauren Scully. Art teacher John Yagoda said, “I told them let’s think outside the box. They said could we use clay? Of course, I answered. The girls used the slab roller to roll the clay to create the background of the plaque. Then both Paige and Lauren began to roll coils, which they learned how to do in Art class. I demonstrated how they could make the letters with coils and they went from there. They made the letters, scratched and slipped them to the background and for the word “and” they used alphabet letter noodles pushed into the clay.

THIRD PLACE

Mohammed Awad

Thinking outsidethebox

Carl Wible

Avon Middle School

Macie Wakefield

St. Jude School

HONORABLE MENTION

The first firing goes to 2,200 degrees approximately, to bisque fire the clay (turn it white-to be able to apply the glaze.) They then chose the background color and then began to paint the letters to make them stand out from the background. The clay had to be fired a second time to change the painted glaze to a glass-like finish. The most fun part according to the girls was the making of the letters before they would crack and also the glazing of the plaque and to see the transformation from a lump of clay to the final result of the write and design plaque.

Liah Cain

Avon Middle School

Maggie Edwards

Midview East

Alyssa Rizzo

Avon Middle School

Joe Spicer

Windsor Elementary

Addison Lachman

Amherst Junior High

Paige and Lauren are in the process of making fused glass for a teacher as worry stones for her students and soon will be working on making some puzzle piece projects for Autism awareness for the month of April. The students are thrilled to come down and get creative with the supplies in my room.”


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ELYRIA

595 Broad Street Sasha Natal

Grade 7

McDonald’s at Elyria’s Westwood Middle School

ELYRIA

1010 E. Broad Street Westwood Middle

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Gail Jacobs

McDonalds Manager, Emilie Butler passes out information to help Westwood Middle School students. The kids desiged their ads for McDonald's Friday Family Fun Nights held at the two Broad Street locations. Their teacher is Gail Jacobs.

Walter G. Nord kids working on their ads Students in Julia Homolya’s class spend time on their ads. Left, Leighton Waynar, Wyatt Franta and bottom right, Javiaun Bush.

Crocker Park • Great Northern • Cobblestone Becky Butler Grade 8 Avon Middle John Yagoda


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Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Olivia Keenan

Grade 5

Midview East

Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Maria Bak

Lynette Zeman

Grade 5

Nord Middle

Erin Kinser

Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Aubrey Lehota

Grade 5

Midview East

Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Maren Jesko

Lynette Zeman

Grade 5

Nord Middle

Erin Kinser


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Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Payton Harmon

Grade 6

McCormick Middle

Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Emmanuel Rivera-Perez

Stacey Goble

Grade 4

Helen Steiner Rice

Jennifer George

Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Josh Rico

Grade 6

McCormick Middle

Stacey Goble

Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Emmanuel Rivera-Perez

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Grade 4

Helen Steiner Rice

Jennifer George


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Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Lilly Colbeck

Grade 8

Avon Middle

Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Aubrey Cook

Stacy Cislo

Grade 5

St.Mary School

Susan Obral

Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Ana Kulaga

Grade 7

Avon Middle

Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Maggie Brunkow

Stacy Cislo

Grade 5

St.Mary School

Susan Orbal


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Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Kyle Hrusch

Grade10

Elyria Catholic

Melissa Hudak-Hilliard

Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Eileen Nagel

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Grade 10

Elyria Catholic

Melissa Hudak-Hilliard

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Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Gabby Bramwell

Grade 5

Windsor Elementary

Sarah Hoover

Elyria 365-9300 Lorain 934-3673 Cleveland 871-8072

1-90 West to Exit #148 Route 254

Joe Spicer

Grade 5

Windsor Elementary

Sarah Hoover


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Art Teacher, Stacy Cislo

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I feel the students do a better job

2 ST. MARY SCHOOL Art Teacher, Susan Obral “Our 5th grade really enjoyed Jim Bass’ talk. He was able to speak at the students level, and he liked answering their questions. He was very descriptive about all the work that is done at the Mike Bass dealership, the service and the sales.

on the ads if they have a face to connect with the business.

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Jim explained about new car and used car sales. He also described how the winning ads are selected! Jim also talked about his own life and experiences. When he was finished everyone was able to cook up good ideas for ads for him. This project helps to connect our students with businesses in the greater community and is a real important part of our 5th grade art.” Susan Obral

3 WINDSOR ELEMENTARY Teacher, Sarah Hoover 4 HELEN STEIN RICE Teacher, Jennifer George

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JIM BASS CONNECTS WITH KIDS FACE TO FACE IN THE CLASSROOM 2019 Design&Write

Ms. Sharon Urig Principal St. Mary School “Jim Bass’ visit allowed students the opportunity to hear first hand what the business is all about and ask questions that will help generate ideas for their ads. I feel the students do a better job on the ads if they have a face to connect with the business. These partnerships provide real life experiences for the students to put to good use what they are learning in the classroom. The partnership also provides an opportunity for business leaders to see what is going on in our schools and see what our young people are all about. Design an Ad and Editorial programs that incorporate the newspaper expose the students to something more and more students know very little about.” Sharon Urig


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Abby Hill

1-866-GET-VALU Grade 4

North Ridgeville Library lorainpubliclibrary.org

OH LIC-21372

Midview West

Stacy Brandenburg CarlWible

Grade 8

Avon Middle

Stacy Cislo

Keep school lunches healthy 2

Fast food is high in sodium, trans fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, and contain carbohydrates, added sugar, unhealthy fats, and salt. Eating

blood pressure, heart disease and strokes, certain types of cancer, sleep apnea, osteoarthritis, fatty liver disease, and kidney disease. Schools are the perfect place to teach healthy eating habits. Actoo much over a long period of cording to Foodal, eating a salad time can lead to health problems a day will increase the level of such as high blood pressure, heart strong antioxidants in your blood. disease, and obesity. Why would Mallory Heyd Any salad of leafy greens offers a schools serve these meals, but Grade 6 huge nutritional benefit. Fruits this could happen if initiatives to Amherst Jr. High and vegetables are filled with make school lunches healthier are Teacher: Jami minerals, vitamins, fiber, and othabandoned. Sexton er nutrients which help to devel650 million Americans are obese, why add to that number? According to op healthier lifestyles and cognitive function US Department of Health and Human Ser- helping kids become better students. Schools must not begin serving fast food vices, obesity affects 17% of all children in the United States and further studies show that for lunch and should focus on buying and kids who eat a diet heavy in fast food have serving healthier food, “A journey with 1,000 miles begins with one step”- Confucius. And poorer test scores. Obesity can lead to a number of health this one step, can start with one salad.

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244 E. Broad St. • Elyria 322-1700 Visit us on our website

VandemarkJewelers.com

problems such as Type 2 diabetes, high

Maggie Edwards

Grade 5

Midview East

Betsy Lanzer


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Paying the price for beauty

2019TEACHERS HM

Whywouldyoutestmakeup on animals if they will suffer and die? Animal test-

as the U.S. Testing makeup on animals is not required, but makeup brands still do it. Companies such Bonnie Bell. ELF, Urban Decay ing is inhumane and should be and others do not test on animals, banned. but still produce safe cosmetics. Animals have different reactions There are many alternatives to than humans do when tests are testing on animals. Donated huperformed on them. They can have severe irritation, skin rash- Addison Lachman man tissue can be used and donated skin cells can be used to ‘grow’ es, eye irritation, and the toxicity Grade 6 human skin for testing instead of of the products can lead to the Amherst Jr. High using animals for irritation tests. death of the animal. If the testing Teacher: Jami In conclusion, testing makeup doesn’t kill that animal after the Sexton on animals is horrible and crutesting is completed, many of the animals are euthanized. Each year, over 100 el causing much of pain. Testing makeup million animals, including mice, rats, dogs, on animals should be banned, eliminated cats, and many other species are killed in the and stopped. Other methods can be used to ensure products will be safe for human use U.S. for experimental testing. Testing makeup on animals is banned in the without involving innocent animals.

AMHERST JUNIOR HIGH Jami Sexton

HELEN STEINER RICE Jennnifer George LORAIN COUNTY JVS Tina Krosse

AVON MIDDLE SCHOOL Stacy Cislo John Yagoda

MCCORMICK MIDDLE Stacey Goble MIDVIEW EAST Lynette Zeman Betsy Lanzer

BROOKSIDE INTERMEDIATE Kimberley Metzger EASTERN HEIGHTS Denise Abbott ELYRIA CATHOLIC HIGH Melissa Hudak-Hilliard

UK, but still goes on in other countries such

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MIDVIEW WEST Janet Leopold Meg Reichle Stacy Brandenburg Jacquelyn Loudermilk WALTER G. NORD Stephanie Boggs Julia Homolya Erin Kinser Kay Sutton

Hope Watkin OPEN DOOR SCHOOL Stephen Wallace ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL Kristin Fabanich Kristin Kermes ST. JUDE SCHOOL Mary Primm ST. MARY SCHOOL Karen Manning Susan Obral WESTWOOD MIDDLE Gail Jacobs WINDSOR MIDDLE Sarah Hoover

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MidviewWest

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Grade 8

Avon Middle

Stacy Cislo


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Eastern Heights kids work on ad and editorial.

Why should we ban the use of plastic straws? We should ban the use of plastic straws. Why?

in and enjoy your drink. Even if paper straws end up in the ocean, they decompose within 3 days of Every year, one million seabirds floating around. After that, they’re and 100,000 sea mammals die just tree pulp again. Some major due to plastic in the ecosystem. cities like Seattle have already More than half die of suffocabanned the use of plastic straws tion because plastic straws had and already are having great made their way into the animals’ changes to the local environment. mouths and lungs. Plastic straws Maggie Barber Even if we ban just this one plastic are not recyclable and can take Grade 6 product, 4% of the world’s waste thousands of years to decom- St. Jude Teacher: Mary would be eliminated. Paper straws pose in the landfills. Some people Primm are much cheaper than plastic. might say we need plastic straws Stainless steel and glass straws for people with medical issues that need straws to drink. Well, there are cost a little more, but since they’re reusable, many different options. For your morning it’s a good investment to make. So go out and iced coffee, reusable glass or metal straws can get yourself some new straws and a better enreplace the plastic ones. Have a nice glass of vironment!

Yan Rivera is working on his ad while Yadielys Osorio works on her editorial. This is the first year their teacher, Denise Abbott participated.

lemonade? Put in a compostable paper straw

ELYRIA CITY

SCHOOL DISTRICT

39097 Center Ridge Road | North Ridgeville | 440-322-1342

www.elyriaschools.org

Sarah Manning

Grade 8

Eastern Heights

Denise Abbott Briar Jett

Grade 7

Westwood Middle

Gail Jacobs


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Animals vs. humans: the raging battle

Imagine you’re biting into a juicy cheeseburger.

According to medicalnewstoday. com, bowel cancer is common with people who have high choNow think about where it came lesterol. Lastly, producing meat from. Should we use animals for is using up our water supply. food? I think not. Killing animals Further research states that to for food isn’t necessary. There are produce one pound of beef remany other food choices availquires almost 1,800 gallons of able, and what did that poor cow water. Raising one pound of pork do to us? Here are some reasons Benjamin requires 600 pounds of water. Thompson why you should go vegetarian. Grade 5 Growing crops like soybeans or First, we don’t need to eat aniNord Middle corn require about 216 gallons of mals to survive. We can eat fruits, Teacher: Erin water per pound. veggies and other non-meat Kinser Critics argue that we need things. Nuts and dairy products meat to get our protein and other vitamins. can provide us with the essential proteins we Nearly all vegetables, nuts, beans, and grains need. Another reason to avoid meat is that a contain lots of these vitamins. meat-based diet can increase your cholesterIn conclusion, I don’t think we should ol levels. Cholesterol is caused by consuming eat animals. A healthy, plant-based diet can animal foods and is something that, when change our lives. The animals will thank you you have too much, could lead to heart disfor it as well. ease. High-protein foods, like beef or pork, have more cholesterol than you might need.

Design An Ad

Mike Abraham presents to St. Joseph School students Mike Abraham of Nick Abraham Ford, Buick, GMC said he enjoys his classroom visits. “The educational value of Design an Ad has a great impact on the kids in school because they get to ask good questions about how to deisgn an ad for the dealership, along with following directions to include key ingredients to make their design look great.”

“This project helps the kids make a real-world connection with marketing and economy. We talk about how in a market with lots of options, businesses have to think of ways to set themselves apart. The kids then have to figure out the best way to display that in their ad. Designing the ads gives the students a chance to be creative. It can be a fun change from typical classroom activities, while still being beneficial. Kids always turn out ads that look great and I'm very proud of them” Kristin Kermes Teacher Students greatly benefited from the discussion. Mike’s presentation was very informative and aided in students’ ideas for creating their ads. Kristina Fabanich St. Joseph


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Cassidy Seymour

Grade 6

St.Joseph

Nick Abraham AUTO MALL ELYRIA

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Abby Evans

Grade 7

St.Joseph

(440) 366-6446 (440) 366-3673 abrahamautomall.com

Kristin Kermes

(440) 366-6446 (440) 366-3673 abrahamautomall.com

Kristie Fabanich

Nick Abraham AUTO MALL ELYRIA

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Jack Badr

Grade 6

St.Joseph

Nick Abraham AUTO MALL ELYRIA

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Emma Nagy

Grade 7

St.Joseph

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(440) 366-6446 (440) 366-3673 abrahamautomall.com

Kristin Kermes

(440) 366-6446 (440) 366-3673 abrahamautomall.com

Kristie Fabanich


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North Coast Eye Care has fun contest for Westwood Middle School kids Dr. Taylor Smith and Dr. Dave DelPrincipe pose with Westwood Middle School students who are wearing t-shirts they won by correctly answering trivia questions during the presentation. Pictured, left are Amyah Ross, Jacob Miller, Victor Garza, and Isabelle Crum. Their teacher is Gail Jacobs.

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AMHERST 1541 Cooper Foster Park Rd. 440.282.2020

AVON 38530 Chester Rd. | Suite 300 440.934.0055

AMHERST 1541 Cooper Foster Park Rd. 440.282.2020

VERMILION 4685 Liberty Avenue 440.967.2020

N RIDGEVILLE 35888 Center Ridge Road 440.327.2747

VERMILION 4685 Liberty Avenue 440.967.2020

N RIDGEVILLE 35888 Center Ridge Road 440.327.2747

Amyah Ross

northcoasteyecare.com

Grade 7

Westwood Middle

Gail Jacobs AddisonWood

northcoasteyecare.com

Grade 6

Amherst Junior High

Jami Sexton


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591 Cleveland St., Elyria ELYRIA LORAIN CLEVELAND USA

365-2288 242-1410 236-6124 1-800-236-8973

630 River St., Elyria (440) 329-7500 UHhospitals.org

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JackWooten

Grade 6

St. Jude School

Mary Primm Lilah Cain

Grade 6

Avon Middle

John Yagoda

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Madelyn Nelson

Lorain County Children Services

Lorain County Children Services

www.ChildrenServices.org or find us on Facebook.com

www.ChildrenServices.org or find us on Facebook.com

Grade 6

Avon Middle

John Yagoda

Skylar Kruszka

Grade 6

Avon Middle

John Yagoda


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Elyria Jewelers & Repair brings rare coins to Elyria’s Westwood Middle School T’Asia Easley compares a 100 year-old coin to silver bullion with Bill Piorkowski, owner of Elyria Jewelers & Repair. Her teacher is Gail Jacobs. “The kids enjoy when Bill visits because he does more than just talk to them about the ad,” said Jacobs. “He brings in many items including all the birthstone jewelry so the kids can see their own stones up close. The kids love it and are always surprised by the differing values of the jewelry.”

Elyria Jewelers & Repair

Hayli Hendrix

Elyria Jewelers & Repair

705 Chestnut Commons Drive • Elyria • (440) 322-0019

705 Chestnut Commons Drive • Elyria • (440) 322-0019

E LY R I A J E W E L E R S . C O M

E LY R I A J E W E L E R S . C O M

Grade 7

Westwood Middle

Gail Jacobs

Amyah Ross

Grade 7

Westwood Middle

Gail Jacobs


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Lormet Community Federal Credit Union Luxury Heating McDonald’s Moore’s RV Murphy Bros. Auto Body My Wood Loft North Coast Eye Care North Ridgeville Branch Library O’Neill Health Care North Ridgeville Poppee’s Popcorn Regal Cinema Ross Environmental Services, Inc. Royal Business Equipment Stewart’s TV & Appliance University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center Valu-Rooter Vandemark Jewelers

(440) 328-8974

luxuryheatingco.com Alexandra Sas-Sixby

Grade 4

Nord Middle

Kay Sutton

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(440) 328-8974

(440) 328-8974

luxuryheatingco.com

luxuryheatingco.com Alexis Costin

Grade 6

Amherst Junior High

Jami Sexton Jack Fedan

Grade 6

Amherst Junior High

Jamie Sexton


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Alexis Costin

Amherst Junior High

Kaleb Keffer

Taylor Davis

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Becky Butler

Amherst Junior High

Avon Middle School

Lilly Colbeck

Bailee Elder

Avon Middle School

Avon Middle School

Aubrey Pohl

Sarah Manning

Avon Middle School

Avon Middle School

Ana Kulaga

Madelyn Nelson Avon Middle School

Brookside Intermediate

Kyle Hrusch

Eileen Nagel

Emmanuel Rivera-Perez

Lorain County JVS

McCormick Middle School

Elyria Catholic

Olivia Ramirez

Elyria Catholic

Payton Harmon

McCormick Middle School

McCormick Middle School

McCormick Middle School

Josh Varney

Thomas Buettner

Leah DiFranco

Jake Groboske

Olivia Keenan

Emma Lefferty

Aubrey Lehota

Noah Otis

Midview East

Midview East

William Paradis Midview East

Trevor Ridenour

Midview East

Anna Groboske Midview West

Midview East

Payton Morgan Midview West

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Maria Bak

Nord Middle School

Gloriana Howard

Eastern Hts. School

McCormick Middle School

Midview East

Josh Rico

Helen Steiner Rice

Hailey Kraft

Design An Ad

Midview East

Midview East

Brayden Yusko Midview West

Nord Middle School

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! s r e n n i W Teachers are given ďŹ ve weeks to have students design ads and/or write editorials. Local businesses make classroom presentations, then choose their ad winners. Editorials are judged on clarity and persuasiveness.

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EXTRA COPIES A limited amount of extra copies are available:call Barb Ritsko-Stephens, at 329-7239 or email at bstephens@chroniclet.com.

Jillian Markowich Nord Middle School

Leighton Waynar

Cassidy Seymour St. Joseph School

Hayli Hendrix

Westwood Middle School

Abigale Barry

Nord Middle School

Maren Jesko

Nord Middle School

Skylar Martin

Nord Middle School

Riley Guinn

Kayla Bussard

MacKenzie Calin Nord Middle School

Nord Middle School

Hayley Jevcak

Delainey Krasin

Annabella Kubasak

Evie Roy

Alexandra Sas-Sixby

Sophia VanTreuren

Nord Middle School

Nord Middle School

Nord Middle School

Jack Badr

Nord Middle School

Open Door Christian School

St. Joseph School

Aubree Marchant

Maggie Brunkow

Aubrey Cook

Sasha Natal

Gabby Bramwell

St. Jude School

Briar Jett

Westwood Middle School

St. Mary School

Westwood Middle School

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Windsor Elementary

Nord Middle School

Nord Middle School

Abby Evans

St. Joseph School

Amyah Ross

Westwood Middle School

Jontasia Baker

Windsor Elementary

Oriyana Hale

Nord Middle School

Nord Middle School

Emma Nagy

St. Joseph School

Valarie Gacia

Westwood Middle School

Katelyn Lesko

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Hayli Hendrix

Westwood Middle School

Abigale Barry

Nord Middle School

Maren Jesko

Nord Middle School

Skylar Martin

Nord Middle School

Riley Guinn

Kayla Bussard

MacKenzie Calin Nord Middle School

Nord Middle School

Hayley Jevcak

Delainey Krasin

Annabella Kubasak

Evie Roy

Alexandra Sas-Sixby

Sophia VanTreuren

Nord Middle School

Nord Middle School

Nord Middle School

Jack Badr

Nord Middle School

Open Door Christian School

St. Joseph School

Aubree Marchant

Maggie Brunkow

Aubrey Cook

Sasha Natal

Gabby Bramwell

St. Jude School

Briar Jett

Westwood Middle School

St. Mary School

Westwood Middle School

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St. Mary School

Windsor Elementary

Nord Middle School

Nord Middle School

Abby Evans

St. Joseph School

Amyah Ross

Westwood Middle School

Jontasia Baker

Windsor Elementary

Oriyana Hale

Nord Middle School

Nord Middle School

Emma Nagy

St. Joseph School

Valarie Gacia

Westwood Middle School

Katelyn Lesko

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McCormick Middle

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Grade 7

Westwood

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Grade 5

Nord Middle

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Grade 6

Amherst Junior High

Jami Sexton


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44117 RT. 18, Wellington • 440-647-2015 Bailee Elder

Grade 8

Avon Middle

Stacy Cislo Jillian Markowich

44117 RT. 18, Wellington • 440-647-2015 Trevor Ridenour

Grade 6

McCormick Middle

Stacey Goble Delainey Krasin

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44117 RT. 18, Wellington • 440-647-2015 Grade 4

Nord Middle

Kay Sutton

44117 RT. 18, Wellington • 440-647-2015 Grade 5

Nord Middle

Stephanie Boggs


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Avon Middle School gets advice from Jim Firment “It was such a pleasure having Jim Firment come to our classroom this year. He played a budgeting game with students that they really enjoyed. It got them thinking, inquiring, and planning what kind of advertising is needed to run a successful business. He also challenged my students to help him make a new t-shirt for the dealership. Students are really taking pride in coming up with creative designs that they know others will want to wear!” Stacy Cislo, teacher Avon Middle School

How we can prevent future shootings? Children ages 5 to 14 in Americaare13timesmore likely to be murdered with guns than children in other countries. In America alone

most. Such as investing in proper mental health protection and early detections of health risk. Lastly one way many schools have considered protecting schools is by arming teachers and giving them there have been over 300 mass training with arms. I believe that shootings in 2018 and still risin order to crack down on mass ing. The biggest problem for most shootings there should be strictschools and general public areas Gavin Heighberger er gun rules so that teens can’t is how to prevent these problems Grade 8 Eastern Heights access guns so easily; also they from happening. One way is by Middle School should do more thorough backtightening gun laws and regula- Teacher: Denise ground searches to kids trying to tions; because the sooner we get Abbott purchase arms. Overall for such rid of the thing causing shootings the sooner we will be able to reduce a massive and daunting problem the soluthese shooting. Secondly, instead of worrying tions are simple and do not require immense about gun laws maybe there should be proper amounts of money to enforce in school.

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EDUCATES!

Emily Minut AVON MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHER: STACY CISLO

37995 Chester Road, Avon

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WWW.FIRMENT.COM Kaleb Keffer

Grade 8

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WWW.FIRMENT.COM

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934-4600

Mohammed Awad

Grade 7

Avon Middle School

Stacy Cislo Jake Groboske

934-4600

Grade 5

Midview East

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FUN FACTS

Play like a girl Do you think girls should be banned from playing a sport they love because there is no team for them? All girls should have

the boys can get hurt too.” The girls can vote so why can’t we play on the same team? It’s giving girls a chance to try what they thought they would never be good at. Girls could even be better so then the the right to play on boys sports whole team benefits. teams. Livestrong.com says that any The State Press says that if Gabby Herold team could benefit from includgirls were to play on boys sports Grade 6 ing the girls. The boys may be teams they would be pushed to Amherst Jr. stronger and more aggressive but try harder. The girls can become High the girls put their minds into the more competitive. Girls can beTeacher: Jami game. The girls and boys can become better at the certain sport in Sexton come better friends. The girls can general. For example, if the girls benefit by becoming stronger and more agplay softball, they can play on a boys baseball gressive. team and become better at both. Girls should be allowed to play on boys According to Debate.org girls and boys are sports teams because they can be pushed equal so they should be able to play on the harder, they get equal rights, and the whole same team. Debate.org says “People say that team can benefit. girls will get hurt if they play football ,well,

DUPLICATE WINNERS

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Abigayle Barry, Nord Middle School, won for her ad, Moore’s RV and editorial. You can see her editorial, Paper backs or eBooks on page 28.

Talented brother and sister Jake Groboske designed an ad for Joe Firment and Anna Groboske designed an ad for Ross Environmental.

Hayley Jevcak, Nord Middle School, won for her ad, WEOL, and editorial. You can see her editorial, Junk food is not as good as it may taste on page 32. Amyah Ross, Westwood Middle School, won for two business ads, Elyria Jewelers and Repair and North Coast Eye Care.

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There are 17 girls that won whose names begin with the letter “A”: Abby (2), Abigayle, Addison (2), Alexandra, Alexis, Alyssa, Amelia, Amyah, Ana, Anna, Annabella, Aubree, Aubrey (3).

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John Yagoda Thomas Buettner

Grade 5

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Julia Homolya Kayla Bussard

Grade 5

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Lynette Zeman Leighton Waynar

Grade 5

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Poppee’s Popcorn gives Nord students history lesson “I visited four classrooms and gave them all some of the history of our business, what we were looking for in the ad and shared some pictures of the store. I also brought in popcorn for them all try. I really enjoy going to the schools and hearing the questions young people have about business. They are very inquisitive and ask great questions. It's also fun to see the different designs they come up with.” Jennifer McGuire Vice-President PHOTO was taken in Hope Watkin’s fifth grade classroom.

Why should athletes be paid more than nurses? Is it better to be entertained or to be alive? People

ca in 2017 was $70,000 (United states Bureau of Labor and Statistics). The average salary in the should ask themselves this quesNFL is $2.1 million, and it is$6.2 tion when they think about buymillion in the NBA (Badenhauing tickets to the next profesional sen). It would take a nurse over 88 game. People who play games years to make what an NBA playget paid much more than nurses er makes in one year. It is true that who save lives every day. Nurses Macie Wakefield pro athletes entertain hundreds of deserve to be paid more than proGrade 6 people every single day, bringing fessional athletes. St Jude School money to team owners and other Nurses have to work harder to Teacher: Mary companies, but this is the truth. get their jobs. First, people have to Primm We can live without watching get a college education to become games. We can’t live without the Registered Nurses, or RNs. They care nurses give. have to spend sometimes over $100,000 to Is it better to be entertained or is it better get their job. They also have to take the Nursto be alive? It is fun to watch television and ing Board Exam to become a nurse. Nurses watch a pro athlete’s game, but it is even more are people who save lives every day and they fun being alive. do not get paid nearly as much as pro athletes

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Maggie Atherton

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Nord Middle

Kay Sutton

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Aubree Marchant

Grade 6

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Annabella Kubasak

Grade 5

Nord Middle

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Stephen Wallace

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Hope Watkin Aubrey Pohl

Grade 5

Brookside Intermediate

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Paperbooks or Ebooks?

Imagine, you’re in the bookstore deciding whether to get the latest digital book, or the old fashioned hardcover book. After a

paper books, but it isn’t so easy to study for a big test with 20 ebooks opened in 20 tabs. According to Publishers Weekly, paper book sales have been at least 3 times greater than ebook sales over the while, you finally lean towards the past several years. It appears that hardcover book. Did you make while people are becoming more the right choice? Abigayle Barry and more tired of screens, paper Paper or hardcover books are Grade 5 books are becoming a nice little better for several reasons. First, Nord MIddle hideaway from screens. the words on a page in a paper Teacher: Julia Some people might try to conbook are always on the same page Homolya vince you that ebooks are better, even if you flip your book, while they are just caught up in the “ the words on a digital or ebook new thing. They are also wrong ” because ebwill flip to the next page if you turn the screen ooks on your device can easily distract you the slightest. If you are an intense reader, you can drop your paper book in the bathtub, from your book to another unproductive acshower, or sink all you want! You just dry it off tivity. In conclusion, when you go to the bookwith a blow dryer, confidently knowing that store remember to pick the best of all choices no money is going down the drain! It is also the original, plain, paper book. easy to study for your 50 question test with 20

Lauren Wing

Grade 8

Avon Middle

Evie Roy

Grade 5

Nord Middle School

Stacy Cislo

Stephanie Boggs Hayley Jevcak

Grade 5

Nord Middle School

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SERVICES

Walter G. Nord kids get a new classmate from Alpha Dog Pet Center & Pet Wash Systems

(440) 984-3152 • Amherst, OH • www.alphadogpets.com

Gloriana Howard

Grade 5

Pet Food & Supply Dog Training • Pet Grooming Full Service Dog Wash Canine Message Therapy

Walter G.Nord

Julia Homolya

TOP: Walter G. Nord students, Zoey Roberts, Noah Miller and Lane Studstill had fun with their new classmate and therapy dog Spike. RIGHT: Owner, Chip Ingersoll, kneeling with Spike and Cherie Wagner, holding Cora. Both enjoyed their presentation to Hope Watkin’s students.

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SophiaVanTreuren

Grade 5

Pet Food & Supply Dog Training • Pet Grooming Full Service Dog Wash Canine Message Therapy

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Stacey Goble Skylar Martin

Grade 5

Walter G.Nord

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Windsor Elementary students learn all about O’Neill Healthcare Jenna Elliott, Administrator, poses with Windsor Elementary students in Sarah Hoover’s classroom. Windsor students pictured are, left front, Madisyn Davis, left rear, London Williams and right front, Abbie Wolfrom.

GRAFTON-MIDVIEW PUBLIC LIBRARY OPENING YOUR WINDOW TO THE WORLD

William Paradis

Grade 5

Midview East

Skilled Nursing Unit | Assisted Living Rehabilitation Services | Memory Support Unit

983 Main St. Grafton 440-926-3317 gmplibrary.org

Betsy Lanzer Jontasia Baker

38600 Center Ridge Road North Ridgeville | 440•327•1295

Grade 5

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Junk food is not as good as it may taste How would you feel if you were tired and sick, all because of eating too much junk food? Eating too much junk food and fast food can cause many health problems. I think that fast food and junk food are not very good choices. Many people have fast food or junk food daily. According to vittana.org, 40% of Americans eat fast food daily. Fast food also has high contents of sugars, cal-

www.rossenvironmental.com

Brayden Yusko

Grade 4

Hayley Jevcak

Grade 5 Nord Middle School Teacher: Stephanie Boggs

ories, fats, and salt. According to livestrong.com, A McDonalds Big Mac has almost 50% saturated fats, which can cause weight gain. While some people believe, junk food is a time saver. They must understand that there are harmful ingredients that may be included that they don’t tell you about. Once again, junk food and fast food aren’t the best choices. So, is it really worth it to risk your health just so dinner is easier?

Ross Environmental Services, Inc. Ross Incineration Services, Inc. Ross Transportation Services, Inc. Members of The RossWay Group® 150 Innovation Dr., Elyria, OH 44035 440-366-2000

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Should people adopt pets or buy them? I think that people should adopt pets. If adopt-

ing a pet training, neutering, and vaccinations might already be done for the pet, states “Top Reasons to Adopt a Pet” by The Humane Society of the United States. com. “Animals Are Not Ours”, by Peta says that when adopting a pet anyone can find a pet that can fit their personality. While others might say that knowing some things about the

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Meg Reichle Anna Groboske

Grade 4

Nico Aponte

Grade 5 Nord MIddle Teacher: Hope Watkin

pets life is good to know, from the article “Reasons to Buy From a Breeder” by The Spruce Pets, I feel that people should adopt pets because they will save a life at the shelter. Adopting pets help animals to stop getting put down. What kind of pet would you get at a shelter?

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Student cover submissions AVON MIDDLE SCHOOL • FROM THE ART CLASS OF JOHN YAGODA

Amelia Hollbrook

The internet can be harmful to children

The internet has useful things but also not useful, unimportant, and silly things. Some things children

A way to help children stay away from this is to get YouTube Kids, which will help the problem but not completely eliminate it. The videos are usually kid friendly, just shouldn’t watch. so this solution works 90% of the Young children watch YouTube time. Parents should still keep an on their parents’ phones, and with eye on their children or only let things from Jake and Logan Paul them play certain games if this trending, it’s unlikely that the chil- Eleanor Taylor doesn’t work. dren will stay away from those Grade 7 Some other bad influences are videos. Some people make videos St. Mary Teacher: Karen Fortnite, Call of Duty, and other containing irrational stunts, foul Manning shooting and gun games, which language, and many other things parents shouldn’t let their chilthese children’s parents shouldn’t want them to see. Many other people make dren on until they are at least 16, if not 18. videos like this, or catfish the children, which Gun games such as these can negatively affect is where the name of the video and the thumb- the idea that shooting is dangerous. I suggest parents keep an eye on what nail are completely different than what the video is actually about. These videos could young children are watching/playing on deinclude cussing, adult topics, and graphic vices, and not feel bad telling them that they content, even though the thumbnail and title can’t watch or play them. could say something completely different.

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Depression and suicide are serious issues 1

There are many people who feel depressed and feel as though being dead is a good option. Many peo-

Suicide is not fun and games; it is an action people do. Some people may have “voices” in their head to tell them what to do. It is not their conscience; it is more ple who have died under the age than that. A person’s conscience of 13 have thought, “Being dead might say, “Do your homework,” would solve my problems,” or or “Don’t do your homework.” “I want to be done.” We need to People with “voices” in their head respect people who have suicidal Natalie Saddler Grade 7 might hear these words, “My famthoughts. ily would be better off without Many children or adults fall St. Mary Teacher: Karen me,” or “I can’t deal with their into depression, which may lead Manning hateful comments.” These are just them to suicidal thoughts. Dea few examples of when people pression is a state of tangled feelings that cannot be explained. People might hear voices. To help prevent suicide, please be nice and not want to get out of bed in the morning because of their sadness or get angry for no kind to everyone you see. You never know if apparent reason. They sometimes become it will make their day. Also, if you have suidepressed because of their genes. There are cidal thoughts, please consider calling the hotline at: 1-800-273-8255. also many other causes of depression.

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221 Spring Street, Amherst (440) 988-4230 amherst.lib.oh.us Taylor Davis

Amherst Public Library talks to Amherst Junior High students “I always am an advocate for promoting the library in the community. If I can get the local students interested and informed about all that we have to offer, it is worth my visit ten-fold. We are not only always updating our book collections but we have digital resources as well. While visiting the Amherst Junior High about Design an Ad I also inform them of our upcoming Summer Reading Program and ask them to create the ad around our theme for 2019 and what the library means to them. It is a win-win to see their enthusiasm about creating our ad and we get many unique entries to choose from for the promotion from so many extremely talented young students.” Nancy Tomek Youth Services Manager

Grade 6

Amherst Junior High

Jami Sexton

To play, or not to play: That is the question

Is Fortnite, the popular online game with over 40 million players, good for kids? This game is rated for teens, but young people also play. I am convinced

vey and found that 70 percent of players, or 28,000,000 people, buy extras. At $2-$20 each, that is not a smart way to spend your money. Finally, Fortnite is a online game, which means players can talk to anyone in the world. There are that this game is not beneficial many older players that use inapfor kids. Hunter propriate language. CyberbullyFirst, in Fortnite there is a lot of ing is included with the game. violence. Players shoot each other Thornsberry Some people think Fortnite is Grade 5 with guns and only win after nineNord MIddle good for kids because it looks ty-nine other players are killed. like a cartoon and the violence Scenes like these are way too in- Teacher: Erin Kinser isn’t realistic. However, they must tense for kids. Kids and adults are understand that a game where you try to kill known to throw stuff, yell, and break items people is not appropriate for kids. when they get eliminated. It is also known In conclusion, Fortnite, the game where the to interfere with sleep, homework, and regoal is to kill people with guns and grenades sponsibilities. Second, the game is free but it is not good for kids. Instead kids should be pushes you to buy extras like emotes for your focused on school and getting outside to play. character. Scholastic News took a recent sur-


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Jack Matia Honda presents to Lorain County JVS students. Jack Matia Finance Manager, Asif Kassam, describes features of the Honda Passport to students in Tina Krosse’s classrom.

Should more people shoot archery? I think more people shouldshootarchery. I think

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Noah Otis

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Lynette Zeman

it. Archery is also a family sport. Your family could just do fun shoots. Also, my parents aren’t more people should shoot archery competitive shooters but me and because it would give people a my brother are and we still do fun different choice of activities. Anshoots with them. other reason I think more people These are my last reasons why should shoot archery is because I think more people should do people that shoot archery have so Jace Walters archery. Another reason is anymuch fun. The last reason is that Grade 5 one can shoot archery there are archery is not all about winning, Windsor 70 year old people that shoot. It it is about having fun and trying Teacher: Sarah doesn’t matter how young or old to shoot well. Hoover you are, archery is for everyone. Here are some more reasons I know a pro that shoots perfect about why I think more people and he has no arms. Those are the reasons I should shoot archery. In archery when first think more people should do archery. start you don’t have to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to just to see if you like

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Jack Matia Honda

Jack MatiaHonda

823 LEONA ST • ELYRIA • (440) 366-5501 J A C K M AT I A H O N D A . C O M

Mackenzie Calin

Grade 5

Nord Middle School

Stephanie Boggs Hailey Kraft

Jack Matia Honda 823 LEONA ST • ELYRIA • (440) 366-5501 J A C K M AT I A H O N D A . C O M

Lauren Scully

Grade 6

Avon Middle

823 LEONA ST • ELYRIA • (440) 366-5501 J A C K M AT I A H O N D A . C O M

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John Yagoda Emma Lafferty

Grade 11

Lorain County JVS

Tina Krosse

Jack MatiaHonda 823 LEONA ST • ELYRIA • (440) 366-5501 J A C K M AT I A H O N D A . C O M

Grade 5

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Lynette Zeman

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