First draft

Normally, students go to school to learn or educate themselves, and to stay out of trouble for safeties. Many students at Miami Beach Senior High School go late to their classes mostly half of the time. Now since new freshman have arrives its come clear to us that there is way to many freshman’s at school running around and making things more wild then it should seem.

 

Michelle Santiago, freshman stated “I think they should do something about it, give us more time to switch.” According to the school traffic issues. Later being asked How you would change it Santiago responded “I would give students more time to switch” relating to that Santiago said about”5 to 6 minutes.” “Though more students are in school it definitely is more crowded and it’s harder to get to class on time.” Santiago said later, “I’m not so happy and not so sad.” On a scale 1-10 she said she would pick a “5.”

 

Isabou Manrique, freshman said “I think we need to get some time to get to class on time and at least few minutes for us also!” also stated “its not fair for us students that we get to class late and have to admit its our fault because some kids were walking slow or making out while others try to make it on time!” When told about how much time she will exceed if she had the power to change the 5 minute break to our classes she responded  “7 minutes” On a scale1-10 she chose a “5” also.

 

 

Sophia Blanco, sophomore, was told about the school traffic issue during class she said “it’s a little slow, but it’s ok.” “Its ok, it’s not like it’s a big deal, it’s bad, but not horrible. It could be better, but it’s not that effective” on a scale 1-10 Blanco chose a “7.” “if I had the power to change the time it would be 8 minutes so 5 minutes to get to your classes and extra 3 to talk to your friends.” I don’t think it’s a huge problem, even though when I come down or up the stairs it goes pretty slow.” She usually walks in a normal speed.

 

Elizabeth Lisbey, freshman, responded to question what do you think of the school traffic issues?” I really don’t care” Lisbey also stated “that the school should switch teams, instead of having 5 minutes we should gather around and have an hour lol, no just kidding we should have at least 8 minutes and I think it would be worth it.” Lisbey admits she goes late to class sometimes, but also walks in a normal speed.

 

In conclusion, Many kids go late to school and it could go all down with the madness and all good with the joy. But most of all they also need to put part of them too, they cant just be blaming it on the bell every time they go late, so they should also know what to do by now.

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Notes and Quotes

Name of Reporter:  Maria Montero

Story: Traffic issues

Section: News

Deadline:

Name of person being interviewed (CHECK SPELLING!):  Elizabeth lisbey

Notes and Quotes:.  When spoke to her and asks her what she thinks of the school traffics issues she responded “ I really don’t care” when asked about the school hallways she also responded” I really don’t care about the school hallways” “from having 5 minutes when we switch to our next class we should have about 8 minutes in total.”

On a scale 1-10 she said a “5.”

Lisbey sometime goes to her classes late and walks to her classes at a normal speed.

Name of Reporter:  Maria Montero

Story: Traffic issues

Section: news

Deadline:

Name of person being interviewed (CHECK SPELLING!): Sophia Blanco

Notes and Quotes: When asked about the school traffic she responded “it’s a little slow, but it’s ok.” “Its ok, it’s not like it’s a big deal, it’s bad, but not horrible. It could be better, but it’s not that effective” on a scale 1-10 Blanco chose an “7”

“if I had the power to change the time it would be 8 minutes so 5 minutes to get to your classes and extra 3 to talk to your friends.”

“I don’t think it’s a huge problem, even though when I come down or up the stairs it goes pretty slow.”

Directly, she also stated that she walks in a normal paste.

Notes and Quotes

Name of Reporter:  Maria Montero

Story: Traffic issues

Section: news

Deadline:

Name of person being interviewed (CHECK SPELLING!): Isabou Manrique

Notes and Quotes: When being asked to Isabou Manrique what she thought of the school traffic she responded “I think we need to get some time to get to class on time and at least few minutes for us also!”

Isabou Manrique also stated that “its not fair for us students that we get to class late and have to admit its our fault because some kids were walking slow or making out while others try to make it on time!” Manrique said that the school should exceed the time to 7 minutes.

Manrique said that she doesn’t like it and when told to pick on a scale 1-10 she preferred a 5!

Notes and quotes!

Name of Reporter: Maria Montero

Story: Traffic issues

Section: news

Deadline:

 Name of person being interviewed (CHECK SPELLING!): Michelle Santiago

 Notes and Quotes:  Well, I asked Michelle Santiago first what you think of the traffic issue we have during school, other words the school hallways.

Michelle Santiago responded “I think they should do something about it, give us more time to switch.” Later being asked, if you were in charge how would you change it?

Santiago quickly responded “I would give students more time to switch” relating to that Santiago said about”5 to 6 minutes.”

“Though more students are in school it definitely is more crowded and its harder to get to class on time.”

5 frequent places

1. Lincoln Road

2. Bayside

3. The Beach

4. Mcdonalds

5. Cousins house

Homework

Name:  Maria Montero

Story:   Traffic Issue

Section:

Deadline:

 People I need to talk to for quotes / information                 When?

 1. Securities                                                                              1.Monday

 2. Dr.Siener                                                                              2.Planning

 3. Parents                                                                                 3.Friday

 4. Teachers                                                                              4.Fridays

 

Angle:  What unique information will the reader get from this story that he or she wouldn’t get from a straight news story? The unique information the reader will get from this story that he or she wouldn’t get from a straight news paper is that the story has opinions that others may think that they know the way it feels or how it looks when you explain it. This can really connect with the reader’s perspective.

 

Six initial questions I’ll ask:

Who? Who made the 5 minutes break to get to classes?

What? What can we do to prevent from going late to class?

When? When can the students get to class early?

Where? Where can this be changed?

 Why? Why don’t they give the school students more time?

 How? How can we get to our classes faster?

 Other questions I’ll need to ask:

Why? Why are students going late to their classes?