Kid Scoop: Good Deeds

Posted by on April 24, 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: Do a good deed daily

I saved my aunt’s life. I was at McDonald’s, and I saw her slip. She looked badly hurt. I ran over as fast as I could. I helped her up. She could not stand at all. I called 911.They came and put her in an ambulance. They ask for my name, last name, and phone number. They called me and said that if had not helped her, she would have been paralyzed. — Jara Mumma, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

One time at Thanksgiving, we were visiting my great-grandma in her retirement home. One of her neighbors never has anyone visiting her, so we took my great-grandma and her to bingo downstairs. Even though I don’t like going there much, we still had fun!! — Kurt Eichhorn, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

A good thing I did was when I gave my snack to my friend when he was very hungry. He said “thank you” and shared some with me. — Logan Graeff, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

A good turn I did was helping my little sister with her homework. Yes, little sisters are very annoying, but if the grades are good, it keeps mom and dad happy. This helped my little sister by understanding what she was learning. When it came time for the test, it was all A’s. — Morgan Mcadams, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

I helped my sister with her homework and she got A+. She was happy. — Aaliyah Ansari, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

One day, we were having a party and my mom went off to pick up some things. I decided to help her clean the house while she was gone. I dusted. I cleaned the cat’s litter box and took the things on the stairs and stuff laying on the carpet/floor upstairs and put them away. When my mom came home, she was very proud of me and it made me feel good. Alisha Kulka, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

For a really long week my step dad had surgery on his stomach. He could not walk. He had to lie down, and I helped him get stuff and gave him breakfast in bed. — Faith Malley, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

A good turn that I have done would be around Christmas time. My family and I went to the Red Cross and we “adopted” a family. That is where you pick a needy family and take them presents and food so that they can have a good Christmas. The only family left was a family of nine people. It was two sisters, their husbands and kids. When we took them their presents, I felt really good knowing that they would have a good Christmas. — Hannah Scott, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

My nana was sad, so I gave her a hug. She then felt loved. — Gabby Messenger, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

My one good turn is something I do daily. I make dog treats and sell them at my mom’s work. She works at Clearview Animal Hospital. All the money goes to an animal rescuer that we know. It also goes to a cat shelter. I think the dog treats were a very good idea. — Noelle LaFaver, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

My good deed was when I helped someone to the nurse so that the nurse could help him. — Patrick McCullough, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

One time, I let my mom sleep and got dinner ready. When she woke up she was surprised. After that, she was happy for a whole week! — Dominick Ott, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

I helped my sister zipper her coat everyday. It helped her because now she knows how to do it. — Hannah Culp, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

A good turn I did was helping my brother. It was football season and my brother needed help with his catching. I offered to help him for an hour! That game my brother did MUCH BETTER! That’s how I helped someone and did a “Good Turn Daily.” — Aiza Siddiqui, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

A good thing I did was help my mom feed our dog because my mom was busy, and it helped my mom. — Everest Robinson, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

My grandpa gave me some really nice Christmas presents in 2011. I wrote him a thank you card and drew a good picture of my yellow lab puppy, Abbey! I think it made him feel good especially because he lives alone. — Courtney Ledgard, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

The good turn I did was when I helped my grandma mow the lawn. It helped her not to get sicker. — Ricky Dumais, fourth grade, Fishing Creek El., Mr. Richcrick

I got my sister a cat. She’s wanted one since she was six and now she’s nine. I got her it for Christmas. She named him Ozzy. He is very playful. That was one of the best things I did for someone. — Nathan Klansek, sixth grade, E.H.M.I.S., Mrs. Myers

A good turn I did was baby-sit my neighbor’s child. It helped her mom because she could not find anyone else. — Skylar Diegel, grade 4, age 9, Fishing Creek Elementary School

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