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6th grade at Woodrow Wilson Middle School
1 semester in Citizen Schools

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Citizen Schools

Citizen Schools is very important because it helps children learn about writing, art, and a lot more things. Children get help with homework during "investment time". They help kids learn about their community, and kids take apprenticeships where people come in and teach children.

In Citizen Schools they have "family advice" where a parent comes and gives advice to the apprentices. "Sports Time" is great because it keep children physically fit and it helps children to improve on their game. The "lightbulb award" is given to a child, team leader or an apprenticeship teacher who helped someone get smarter.

Apprenticeships are courses that children take every Wednesday and Saturday. My apprenticeships are Law at Hill & Barlow and Theater. In Citizen Schools we present our Wows. A wow is something that apprentices present at the end of the class and they show what they have done during the semester. Our Wow in Law is to present a mock trial where a child is suing a school because of sexual harassment. My other apprenticeship class is theater. In Theater we are presenting a play on December 16, 2000.

In conclusion, I think that Citizen Schools is a great place to be because it will help you learn a lot about writing and people . To put it bluntly, Citizen Schools is the best place to be.

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