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Second CJSF Meeting

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Rhyle Sullivan
Drew Campbell puts his Positive Post-It note on Mr. Hu’s classroom

The second and last CJSF meeting of the school year took place on Friday, April 12, 2024. CJSF, the California Junior Scholarship Federation, is an organization that helps middle school students, including RMS students, earn community service hours. Not all CJSF members attended the meeting since many people attended the other meeting on February 9. However, Mrs. Avery, Mrs. Kracker, and the CJSF staff attended the meeting. The meeting itself was very short. Ms. Kracker shared how well CJSF has been doing before explaining the next service event. Students were asked to make detailed positive comments on seven post-it notes, for each of their teachers. Most of the time was spent with students going around campus, sticking their post-it notes on their teachers’ doors. Students formed a line around the CJSF staff members to get service credit for this event and to get tape for their sticky notes. Overall, it was a very productive meeting, because students got another service event down!

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Rhyle Sullivan, Copy Editor
Rhyle Sullivan grew up in La Crescenta, California. He attended Valley View Elementary School advancing to Rosemont Middle School and becoming a staff member of The Spartan Scroll, the school’s newspaper. Rhyle is a fan of A.S. Roma in soccer and the Los Angeles Dodgers in baseball. He plays baseball as a Honey Badger, an organization he has been in since eight years old. When free from schoolwork and extracurriculars, Rhyle will play FIFA, watch YouTube, or listen to The Beatles. Writing is significant in his life, and he loves writing historical fiction stories. Non-fiction texts and informative texts are also a part of his passion.
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Lena Choi, Copy Editor
Lena Choi is an ambitious student who is always ready to learn and take on new challenges. She looks forward to working with her peers to make the school newspaper more fruitful. She grew up in La Crescenta where her parents, especially her dad, encouraged her to work hard in school so that she could get good grades and be accepted by a good university when the time comes. She was one of ten people to receive the President's Award for Educational Excellence at Valley View Elementary School. In her free time, she loves listening to music, looking at her phone, and reading. She has been living in California all her life and genuinely wants to go to South Korea to see her relatives.  
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