Monthly Newsletters, Short Stories, Student Submissions

Endless Steppe: Alternative Ending

Endless Steppe: Alternative Ending Written By: Mary Kjendal Grade: 8th Grade Teacher: Presbytera Maria Class: Liberal Arts Level 5.1 Issue: Set to Appear in the April Issue of the Newsletter The Endless Steppe One day we received a letter. One glance showed that it was not from Father. It was another of those big, official-looking… Continue reading Endless Steppe: Alternative Ending

Advertisements
Essays, Monthly Newsletters, Short Stories, Student Submissions

The Town of Sandwich: A Play

The Town of Sandwich: A Play Written By: Erika Kjendal Grade: 8th Grade Teacher: Presbytera Maria Class: Liberal Arts Level 5.1   THE TOWN OF SANDWICH ____________________ A Play in One Act by Erika Kjendal   Cast of Characters Stage Manager: Man in his 40’s; Miss Elaine: Woman in her 60’s, loves her dog; Mr.… Continue reading The Town of Sandwich: A Play

Essays, Monthly Newsletters, Poems, Short Stories, Student Submissions

Boethius Letter

Boethius Letter Written By: Sarah Spivey Grade: 12th Grade Teacher: Mr. Adam Lockridge Class: Medieval Literature, Level Vll   Dear Crying Girl,   Boethius, under siege of his false beliefs, noted that, “In all adversity of fortune, the most wretched kind is once to have been happy.” You suffer under a similar trial of errors,… Continue reading Boethius Letter

Essays, Monthly Newsletters, Short Stories, Student Submissions

Through the Monocle: A Short Story

Although the old wives of Sleepy Hollow were usually right about everything, they differed from fact in the matter of Ichabod Crane. Ichabod had indeed gone on to be a justice of the Ten Pound Court and was living a contented life away from any sort of ghosts or enchantments. Even his A History of Witchcraft, a New England Almanac was burned, and he had vowed to have no dealings with the magical sort ever again.