By Carlene LaBarge
Mrs. Creshia is always nice. She is always fair, truthful and sharing because she is a really nice person. She will always be a really nice person. She will always be truthful by always being the person that tells the truth. When people are down she helps them get up again to make them feel better when they feel bad. So when I feel down she cheers me up to a warm heart. She gives me a warm heart when she talks.
She has to be truthful to teach. She is an awesome teacher because she is nice. I will always love Mrs. Creshia. Sharing is to let other people play with your things. Mrs. Creshia is a good person, she lets us play with her basketball at recess. She will always be a nice teacher because it will never rub off of her nice. I will miss her when I leave her class next year. I will come and visit her when I am in fifth grade and I will not act mean. I will always be fair, not mean. I will always be kind and sweet.
By Jessica Brock
Have you ever met someone full of honesty? I have, it is my dad and his name is Joe Fredrick Brock. He is always kind and has always been helpful.
Honesty is always a good thing. My dad is always kind, truthful and helpful. To be kind to one another makes you feel good. For an example, my dad was outside with me playing
football and my dad played everything I wanted, and then I asked him what he wanted to play and he said he wanted to play football again and I said ok.
Truthful is also related to the word kind. I was playing with my bow and I hurt my arm and my dad doctored it so it wouldn’t hurt and also he was kind.