Month: October 2018

Goblins and Ghosts Staff Competition

By Panther Post Staff AND THE WINNERS – SNAP CRACKLE AND POP – OFFICE STAFF ROCKED         

Hamilton the Musical

By: Riley and Ramona Kitten  These are some of the places Hamilton is playing. 1. New York               2. Chicago  3. Boston  4. Charlotte 5. London 6. Durham 7. Buffalo Riley: I went to Chicago to see Hamilton. I… Continue Reading “Hamilton the Musical”

Alexander Hamilton the song

By: Riley Higdon Alexander Hamilton (the song) AARON BURR:  How does a bastard, orphan, son of a whore and a  Scotsman, dropped in the middle of a forgotten Spot in the Caribbean by Providence, impoverished, in squalor Grow up to be a hero and… Continue Reading “Alexander Hamilton the song”

If Your Teacher Faints, What Do You Do?

By Norah Wylie was wondering what do you do if a teacher faints: Q.  “If a teacher fainted or had a medical emergency, what would you do first?”   ” You would call 911,                    … Continue Reading “If Your Teacher Faints, What Do You Do?”

The Top Ten Pumpkin Patches Colorado

By: Riley  These are the top ten pumpkin patches in the Denver area. 1. Flat Acres Farm – Park  2. Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield Farms 3. Fritzler Pumpkin Patch – Greeley 4. Anderson Farm – Erie 5. Miller Farms – Platteville 6. Jack Lantern’s Corn Maze… Continue Reading “The Top Ten Pumpkin Patches Colorado”

Top 10 Most Popular Halloween Costumes

This year the top ten Halloween costumes in 2018. By: Riley Black Panther                                                                … Continue Reading “Top 10 Most Popular Halloween Costumes”

Is There an Age Limit for Trick or Treating?

We asked seven students in 5th grade if they thought there should be an age limit on going Trick or Treating. They said “NO!” Finley, a student in Ms. Oxman’s class, angrily  responded, “No! That is outrageous! On the other side of the coin,… Continue Reading “Is There an Age Limit for Trick or Treating?”

Who was Helen Keller really?

By Nadia Poseiden      In the 1900s, Helen Keller was a deaf and blind woman who changed the world for the better. It all started when Helen was 19 months old; she got a fever. People thought she might die, she didn’t, but the… Continue Reading “Who was Helen Keller really?”

New Teachers at Park Hill

By Victoria, Iris, and Norah This is our video interviews with our new teachers, Ms. Nonino, Ms. Tarte, and Ms. Oxman.  

Where Does the Color Red Come From?

By: Ramona Kitten The color red is not just red. It is a primary color and no colors can be mix to get red. So how do we get red?   Red is a reflective color like all other colors. Think of an apple.… Continue Reading “Where Does the Color Red Come From?”