Sep 03, 2020 My name is Lori Reese and this is my 23rd year teaching Language Arts at Conemaugh Township. I am looking forward to another successful year packed full of education, fun, and growing opportunities. David Reese, NBCT. Language Arts Teacher. Announcement: Revised Friday, August 28, 2020. Each school day, log-in to your dadeschools portal. Access the My School Online (MSO) tile. Click by the Class Connect Link and join Mr. Reese at the designated time on your schedule. Reese's language arts website for Carbon Valley Secondary Academy in Frederick, Colorado! You can reach me at [email protected] All grades: Vocab test every MONDAY.
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A Toad Named Lumpy Grumpy
Once I went to Ohio with my friend. He wanted to build a snowman. I suggested that we make a snow animal. We made a snow toad. It had 155 lumps on its back. We made an igloo in the forest so the toad could live in it. When I woke up I thought of a name for the toad. I called it Lumpy-Grumpy. When I went to the igloo, Lumpy Grumpy was on top. I made a snowball and then I heard a ribbit, ribbit. I threw the snowball up in the air and it hit me on the head. Winter was over. Lumpy Grumpy leaped back to Winter Wonderland.
It was a cold and freezing night. I went outside to play in the new snow. I saw a snow dragon in my yard. It had a red necklace. It had sharp teeth and angry eyes. When I turned around I heard a big roar. It was my dragon. I said, 'Do you want to sled on my hill?' My dragon said, 'Sure'. My dragon was a girl. We were in my front yard. I named my snow animal Dragos. Tiffany came over. She was surprised. We all played together. I asked Mom if we could have a sleepover. Our house is cold so Dragos felt good. We watched El Dorado, had a little snack and went to sleep.