Two women sang at the front of Phillips Middle School’s auditorium: “Give me all you got, and don’t hold it back.” Their voices filled the room, off-key and backed only by a four-piece band.
Ain’t no mountain high enough, ain’t no valley low enough. That’s the tune several bookstore owners in the area are singing coming from a recently shaky economy.
The comment came out one day when he was talking to the school counselor about his anger management issues — his father is in prison.
Reading was always the most difficult subject for Aracely Perez. Because her parents are from Mexico, it was difficult to stay motivated, let alone achieve literacy.
Katrina Greely was six years old when she saw a lion walking around her neighborhood on her way home from school. Her childhood friend’s family kept the lion as a pet, and occasionally brought it through the community.
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