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Unis goes green in St. Patrick’s day slideshow

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Unis Middle School

St.Patrick’s Day is a blast at McCollough Unis.

Teachers and students dress up to show their spirit. Kids are dressed in green and some kids, like me, sprayed their hair green.

When asked what she loves about St.Patrick’s Day, teacher Ms. Moslimani said, “I like the little leprechauns and the gold.”

When questioned what she likes to wear on St. Patrick’s Day, she answered, “I like to wear green and gold.” When asked why she thinks it’s OK to dress up on St. Patrick’s Day even though some people aren’t Irish she said, “Yes, I think it’s OK because it’s the same way we do Halloween and other holidays like Christmas.”

She said, “I like to dress up because to show my school spirit.” I hope you like this slideshow!

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10 Comments so far

  1. Malak Hassoun says:

    Great job, Mirvat. I really liked your video!!!

  2. Noor Jomaa 1st hour says:

    This is really nice!

  3. Jana Alzerkani says:

    This is a very nice slide show and a good report. It’s very interesting.

  4. Zena Khouryzat says:

    Good Job, Mirvat! It was nice :)

  5. Ahmed Fakhreddine says:

    Too much green, everyone!

  6. Mustafa Chahrour says:

    Cool!

  7. zahia says:

    love the slide

  8. Jinan Husien says:

    Awesome.

  9. zaynab alhasson 1st hour says:

    i think the slideshw was awsome i saw alot of people i no.i also like how everyone was wearing green,GO SCHOOL SPIRIT!!!!!!!!


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Unis School serves grades K-8 in the Dearborn Public School District. The school principal is Heyam Alcodray. These are its beliefs about education:

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