In Core class the other day, I was taking a Mesoamerica essay test. It took me almost two periods long to finish the essay. For the most part, it was very boring, and my hand was aching after  writing for a long while. However, at about halfway through the essay, Ms. Dineen (An eighth grade Algebra teacher) walked into the classroom, and handed a little slip of paper to my substitute teacher that day. I never get slips for leaving early or having to go the office, so I just ignored. But then, the substitute started walking towards me, and she handed me the paper. It read:

Vahae O.                         Room: 54
Your math teacher, Mr. Erickson, has told me that you are on of his best math students. Come to my room at lunch time tomorrow, and you can join the math team for this year's math competition, Math-o-Rama.
Questions? Come to room 62 and talk to me.                                                                    Sincerely,   
                                                                                                                                                                Mr. Pearson

I was thrilled! I wanted to join the Math Club before, but I always had sports I was participating in. The next day, I picked up my lunch from the cafeteria, and headed towards Mr. Pearson's room. As soon as I walked in, I was greeted by Mr. Pearson ( The eighth grade geometry and algebra teacher) and I was shown to a table near some of my friends from Algebra class. Our competition is June 6th, so my team and I have to practice really hard. Wish us good luck!

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    Author: Vahae O.

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