Good Luck Candice — from Ms. C. Johnson’s 3rd graders

We’re are gigantic fans! We’ve been watching you ever since you came on American Idol. We totally think you are the best and that you’re going to win.

West (he’s nine and NOT terribly shy) has some advice for you. Continue your singing career after the show no matter what because you have a beautiful voice.

Tijanee (she’s 8 and wants to be a dancer) says if you believe in your dreams you can achieve those dreams.

Zion (he’s 8 and a huge football fan) just wants to wish you good luck in your life — not just the contest.

Darius (8, not the same as Darius Rucker) says keep moving forward.

Shaylia (8 with the mind of a 62-year-old) has this shout out: YOU CAN DO IT!

Quaevion (8 as well) says the sky’s the limit.

Everyone else agrees and says KEEP REACHING FOR THE STARS***********

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Countdown to Career Day

Hello St. Helena Elementary students!

My name is Teresa Bruce and I’m a writer. Last year for career day I talked to classes about writing for movies, which is called screenwriting. We divided up into groups and read aloud parts of a screenplay I wrote called “The Wedding Photographer.”

This year I’m going to talk to you about another career in writing: blogging.

See you Friday!

This is a picture of me when I won a prize for screenwriting. There are lots of contests for student writers - try one!

This is a picture of me when I won a prize for screenwriting. There are lots of contests for student writers – try one!