ooll Photo solomon.m.kassa 2,113 likes solomon.m.kassa Maryam Tsegaye, a 17-year-old 12 grade student became is the Ist Canadian to win $500,000 Cdn at the international Breakthrough Junior Challenge with her 3-minute video explaining quantum tunnelling The prize includes $250,00USD US scholarship for her, anew science lab for her school & cash prize for the teacher who mentored her. The competition asked students from around the world to create a video that explains a scientific principle to the public & about 5,600 students entered the competition. Search on you YouTube for "Maryam Tsegaye Winner 2020 Breakthrough Junior Challenge" to watch her amazing 3 min video!
Uju Anya @UjuAnya My child got sent to Zoom detention for not paying attention in Zoom grade. Email said here's the link to access the room to serve detention. I swear I'm trying so hard to take thic lifa cariniicly
Night beautiful baby girl. I love you will all my heart and always will. You're the girl for me and nothing will change the way I feel. I don't care if we're only in Sth grade... what we have is special. I think I'm going to try and kiss you tomorrow
Anonymous (Fri) No.851708382 >be me >10th grade >autist spaz but people somehow liked it >be really good at making egg stuff >decide to host a party that i called "egg 364KB PNG day!!!" >did not realize actual egg day is june 3 >invite friends to egg day!! >about 8 confirmed >realize i cannot comprehend how much of each ingredient i need >freak out >but like 10 dozen eggs and a bunch of random produce and meat >the day comes >people show up, happy >realize i can make food for, at most, 4 people at a time >realize i didn't boil or devil any eggs >people want the ingredient i did not think to buy, hot peppers >think to myself "i really made a clown of myself here" >didn't matter >people still had fun >people still enjoyed egg day!! >egg day!! happened 7 years ago today >how did you spend your egg day!!?
Clark Neily Replying to @adribbleofink I wrote a report about aardvarks in grade and got so into them that I wrote a letter to a stuffed-animal co. suggesting they add one to their lineup. About 6mos later, I got a big box w/ a stuffed aardvark and a letter saying "We took your suggestion, and we named it Clark."
Mega Ascension 3 months ago 'There was a kid at my school who was. really smart. Over time, I realized that his parents severely punished him if he got any grade that was not an 85 or above, and if he ever got a B in his class, he would be grounded for the rest of the year. Ihad a science class with himin middle school. He was talking to the teacher and he found out on the day that grades were due that he was two points short of an A. He had no way to raise his grade either. Since I sat next to the teacher's desk, I overheard that he forgot a homework assignment one day and had a zero. At the end of the day, I gave him a homework pass found in my backpack that he could get rid of the zero with. He gave it to the teacher before she left and he got an A. So guess that's my