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A NOTE FROM THE TEACHER:
March 30, 2020: Things have changed and also not changed here at shmarkozonky.school. It remains our aim to bring you the finest in teen academic writing and doodles. You might think that our having been out of school since March 13 would impede this mission BUT NO — many of my students are still cranking out terrific stuff. That’s one thing that hasn’t changed.
We are down to put the teen in quarantine.
Original Note from the Teacher — January 2020
As a high school English teacher, it has always felt wrong that so much great teen academic writing winds up with an audience of one person, just me.
One is better than nothing, but even better would be lots more people engaging in academic writing by youngsters. If it’s all just for a grade: sigh. I get it. It is for a grade. But that doesn’t have to be all.
So let’s play with the idea that high school students write great stuff about books and current events and the meaning o’ life.
And here are the rules: no rules.
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