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Veteran’s Day Reflections: Southampton, Mass.

Posted by dogtrax on October 30, 2006

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Today, sixth graders in Southampton, Massachetts, reflected upon the importance of Veteran’s Day. Many of the students have family members who either served in the armed forces or are currently serving in the military.

They could write either about the importance of the holiday, a letter to a veteran or a poem about the topic.

Listen in to what they had to say.

 

What do you think?

 

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4 Responses to “Veteran’s Day Reflections: Southampton, Mass.”

  1. youthradio said

    I think it is important because its supports our veteran’s.Our veteran’s have kept us
    safe. Drew from Mississippi

    I think it is important too because our veteran’s have worked very hard to keep our country safe. CharLeigh from Mississippi

  2. Youth Radio What a great job you did on this timely topic! It’s great to see other kids taking advantage of using technology to get their voice out. I look forward to hearing more from you.
    Cheryl Lykowski~ Michigan

  3. Knoble said

    Hey Massachusetts! You guys did a wonderful job in supporting our veterans.

  4. Miguel said

    Veteran’s Day is a legal holiday celebrated on 11 November to honor former members of the armed forces. The sixth graders in Southampton, Massachetts, reflected upon the importance of Veteran’s Day. I heard how the students celebrate Veteran’s Day. They made poems, letters, messages for the veterans. The students were polite, humble, respectful. I’m very happy because the children know how to thank the soldiers of their country.

    35
    Miguel
    I – SJB

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