Kurt remembers a friend he lost to gun violence, and explores how teens like him deal with death.
aww thats so sad.. i feel bad about that boy, but now he’s in a better place.
Needs to Improve with his reading and take his times. But you did nice on your project keep up the good job !
i agree with kurt because every time a friend or family member past away speak about talk about i know you cant bring them back but you can think about the good times yall had
SOUND GOD BUT YOU DPESK TO LOW ND READ LIKE YUR A LIL SLOW BUT I REALLY LIKE THE STORY ITS VERY TOUCHING
it sad , but speak up more! =) 0____o
Lol you cant talkk 0___0 &nd thats messed up thou smh
it is i the “prince of punk” jeremy rumnit i like your work it’s sad that some kids don’t live to see thirty-one. and “Speak UP”!!
your truly jeremy rumnit our truly this life..
great and sad this is the best i heard i should give it four stars
i did a good job for this project thank you Mr Mendola and Ms Starks.
Kurt your topic was so personal and you gave good advice to other teens in the same situation.Good job!
great job, kurt. you’re very brave to share such a personal topic. i love how you mixed your own reflections with comments from a peer (shaquan) and an expert (ms. murray) to create a well-rounded story. your hard work really shows here!
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