letters to the editor

Carol DuBrin, Altamont

Trish Blizzard, Altamont

To the Editor:

When you  get home, how long are you on your phone for? How long is it before you do your homework because of your phone? I take a least one hour on my phone before I do anything else; there is so much to catch up on — especially because there is no Internet at school.

To the Editor:

Eww, nasty, what's that, it moves, what is this — food?

These are most of the reactions I get from my friends when they eat school lunches. It goes from soggy wraps to uncooked fish and chicken. The most disgusting of all is, "There is a hair in it" — very unhealthy and unsatisfying.

To the Editor:

Every year, it’s the same story — violent shootings in various different places. School shootings, church shootings, everywhere there are shootings.

To the Editor:

Food prices are rising, and they shouldn’t be. This is not a good thing, because rising prices usually aren't good for people in poverty, and the only reason is because the food industry wants more money.

To the Editor:

Homework is a well fought-over topic on weather it's good or bad but let me tell you my view.  Homework is with us all the time and, when we think we are finished, we get more.

Carol Waterman, Guilderland

Sandra L. Stempel-Kisselback, East Berne

Eila Algood, Hawaii


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