Kid Scoop: Fortune Cookies

Posted by on April 2, 2012 in E.H. Markle Intermediate, Fishing Creek Elementary, Kid Scoop | 0 comments

These stories were submitted to the Junior Dispatch by Kid Scoop, a Newspapers in Education program at the York Newspaper Co.

Topic: Your fortune cookie

You are very wise. You may see your answer is right in front of you. In your past you were weak. In your future you are strong. Never give up. You will accomplish whatever you face. — Megan Knight, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

If I were to write a fortune, it would be “Help, I’m trapped in a Chinese restaurant!” — Patrick McCullough, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

You can’t choose how you will die, but you can choose how you will live. — Monique DeLee, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

You will find your love tonight at 8:00. — Trevor Henderson, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

Sometimes the easy decision is the wrong decision. — JoAnne Grosskopf, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

The fortune would say “Never give up on your hopes and dreams.” — Madison Dicely, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

Your ear is burning! Someone must be thinking about you. They will soon surprise you. Oh, and your lucky numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, …etc.! You’re a lucky person! — Sarah Cooper, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

My fortune cookie would say “If you eat vegetables, you’ll die.” — Caylynn Beinhower, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

You will have peace when you are joyful and not so selfish. — Judith Sanchez-Rojo, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

If you and someone in your family are mean to each other, change your personalities. — Faith Malley, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

Today may be the best day in the world, but only YOU can make it the best. — Macey Bahlow, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

When you grow up, you will have a spouse and 3 children. — Ricky Dumais, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

Follow your dreams and never give up! — Olivia Hanlon, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

Your identity will be discovered in a bowl of cookies. — Aaliyah Ansari, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

A man who is late on his air conditioner payment loses his cool. — Braden Dunn, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

If I were in charge of writing the fortunes in fortune cookies, one of the fortunes would be “Winning is a good thing, but don’t over do it.” — Jillian Daggs, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

Your smile may shine like the sun, but your personality shines better. — Danielle Amoriell, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

You are a nice friend. — Cayden Healy, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

You’re destined for greatness. It’s up to you to make your fortune come true. — Bri Perez, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

If you follow your spirit, you can have fun throughout your life. — Jordyn Altland, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

Your heart is a place to draw true happiness. — Maddie Krammer, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

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