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Students Resolve To Argue Less

Arthur B. Ness Elementary School

These New Year’s resolutions were offered by students in Tami McCollum’s fourth-grade class at Arthur B. Ness Elementary School:

Becki Abitz: “My resolution for 1998 is to not argue with my sister.”

Allie Nicole Allen: “My New Year’s resolution for 1998 is to learn how to play the piano better.”

Gregory A. Bradley: “What I want to work on in 1998 is to keep my room clean more often and to learn division better.”

Yasmeen Colis: “My New Year’s resolution for 1998 is to become better at science and not to argue with my younger brother.”

Victoria Eickerman: “My 1998 New Year’s resolution is to be better at playing soccer.”

Brad Eylar: “My New Year’s resolution for 1998 is to accomplish these goals: to get better at cursive writing, multiplication and to improve my reading and do more of it.”

Garrett Hanson: “My New Year’s resolution is to catch a 10-pound fish.”

Jericho Hickman: “My New Year’s resolutions for 1998 are not to fight with my brother and sister, not to fight with my parents and to be all that I can be.”

Nicole Lynn Hixson: “My New Year’s resolution for 1998 is to have better handwriting.”

Scott Hodgkinson: “My New Year’s resolution for 1998 is to improve my math grade.”

Quinn Hoener: “My New Year’s resolution for 1998 is to learn my multiplication facts.”

Kristopher David Lemley: “My New Year’s resolutions for 1998 are to get A pluses on my tests, get better in spelling and to be good to my sister.”

Amanda Lloyd: “My New Year’s resolution for 1998 is to finish my whole Bible from the beginning.”

David Luden: “My New Year’s resolution for 1998 is to work on my multiplication.”

Veronica Tyanna MacDougall: “My New Year’s resolutions are spending more time with my family and buying presents for my family.”

Mandi Miller: “My New Year’s resolution for 1998 is to improve in my math, spelling and to get all of my homework in on time.”

Carlos Moreno: “My New Year’s resolutions for 1998 are to study my division and multiplication facts.”

Nathaniel James Morris: “My wish for 1998 is for me to work on being a pro soccer player.”

Chandler Olinger: “My New Year’s resolution for 1998 is not to argue with my brother and sister.”

Marissa Tremblay: “My New Year’s resolutions for 1998 are for me to learn how to swim, spell, multiply, turn in homework on time and to finish school work.”

Cameron Wieber: “My New Year’s resolutions for 1998 are to get better at basketball, get straight A’s and get better at football.”

Miles Wolther: “In 1998, I’m not going to make my mom mad, and I’m going to do whatever she says.”

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