By Stormi Conner
What is fairness? Fairness is treating people equally, not showing favoritism, free from bias, dishonesty, or injustice, marked by favoring conditions; likely; promising.
Fairness is like sometimes you get your way and sometimes you don’t. Fairness is like you have to do certain things in life that you don’t want to do but in the end, life isn’t fair itself. Maybe because people don’t base their lives on the truth or stand up for the truth, fairness is sacrificed. We need to stress honesty in our youth so they can grow up where fairness meets its definition.
If our education is set around truth, honesty and fairness maybe I can grow up to a future where we can say life really is fair. If we can learn from a young age to do what is right for our selves and others, life will become fair for everyone because we all learned the same values.
Pine View Elementary
By Riley Ann Taylor
Have you ever helped someone in need? Well, I have and I think it’s important because if you help someone in need you can build friendships. It’s important to the person you are helping. It’s also important to you.
Helping others may build friendships because they may want to help others too. Then they can be nice, and make more friends. It’s also important to building friendships with the people you help.
It’s important to the people you help because they may have no family to help them. It’s also important to them because they may live alone, and no one wants to come and help them. It’s also important to them because you may be the only person they will let help them.
It’s important to you because it’s a nice thing to do. You get a good reputation. If you want to be a nurse, it’s good practice.
Helping others is very important to the person you are helping. It’s important to build friendships.