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The Bellows Times

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The Bellows Times is an online school newspaper that started three years ago. The editor-in-chief is Ms.Speros,  and her assistant is Mrs. Spedafino. There are twenty two news reporters for The Bellows Times this year, which include six boys and sixteen girls from fourth and fifth grade. In order to be a part of the newspaper, you had to write about the Solar Eclipse or Aaron Judge’s home run season.

We meet every Friday morning from 8:00 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. in Ms. Speros’ room.  After Mrs. Spedafino or Mrs. Speros checks our article, it gets highlighted in yellow and then green (that means it’s finished). Our first assignment was  to write an autobiography. We then had our pictures taken the following week. Our deadline to submit our first two articles was December 22nd.

The first edition of the newspaper will be available to view at the end of January. In February we start thinking about articles for the Second Edition. We then have two articles due in May. The Bellows Times is a way to experience newspapers in a different format.  Read and enjoy the amazing articles by the Bellows Times staff!

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