Myles: Filming His Own Movie?!?!
By Staff Reporter Katie and Staff Editor Abby
The Grizzle: What inspired you to do this movie?
Myles: I have always been interested in filming and acting, and recently, I’ve been trying to write scripts. When I see certain films, I make fan films from them.
What is your movie about?
Kids in a house in the middle of nowhere, without their parents, that are terrorized by a monster that is killing all the people in their little town.
Who is going to be in the cast?
The cast list will be released when production starts.
When does production start?
The end of June.
How long do you think it will take to make?
A month for filming, until Thanksgiving/Christmas to edit.
How long do you think it will be?
Thirty to forty-five minutes.
Where will it be available for viewing?
On YouTube, titled “...Final Chapter” [Myles did not want to tell us the full title yet].
Getting to know christopher
By Staff Reporter Olivia
Christopher told us about a few of the accomplishments he’s most proud of. One of these things is being part of the WMS productions, because he got to meet all the awesome people. Another one is getting to know all of the new people, because Christopher transferred here this year. Lastly, he is proud of his grades in school this past year.
Madeline is an amazing person who has done awesome things this year. She’s proud of going to Strongsville in her first year of track, proving to herself that she was good at track. The second and third things she’s proud of are her good grades and getting through the first year of middle school with it still being fun for her!
karlee does amazing things
By Staff Reporter Olivia
Karlee also did some great things this year. She did a lot of campaigning and won Board Student of the Month for the month of February - #kffsom! Two more amazing things she did was receiving all “A”s this year and being recommended for all honors classes in the ‘18-’19 school year!
By Staff Writer Katie
We asked some of the students here at WMS what some of their accomplishments were from this year. For 7th grader Collin, his biggest accomplishment was making his own website. Even though it is still under construction, he thinks it will turn out to be pretty good. Another accomplishment would be his good grades. He said that overall this year was good, and he hopes that next year will be just as great!
We asked Marissa what some of her favorite things were about this year. She said that she is most proud of keeping her grades to A’s and B’s. She also made new friends and isn’t as shy as she was at the beginning of the year. She said the she is glad the she was able to keep her grades up in honors classes, even though she struggled a little bit in her other school.