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Poetry from Mrs. DiGiacomo’s English Class

Got an e-mail from Mrs. DiGiacomo

Poetry written for Mrs. DiGiacomo’s English Class. When they were Freshmen in high school.

I will post a few, but if you would like to see the whole list, please e-mail at:

Thanks, Sylvia



Solid, cold,

Refreshing, tingling, melting,

A drop falls down.


By Shari Lurvy


I once had a scummy old friend

Who lived in a sloppy pig pen.

He never washed up

So he looked like a pup

And never was considered a ten.

By Derek Weyker


Free Verse


Let the bird out.

He wants to tell me a secret

He says it is really important,



By Mike Tobias

Thanks Mrs. D for saving this and letting me know you have it.



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Remembering Mr. Dunstan

I got an e-mail from Tammy (Peel) Collins telling me that Mr. Dunstan had passed away yesterday. The only information we have so far is from the listing in MLive. Thought I would pass it along to everyone.

I also think this would be a great place to share any stories we have of Mr. Dunstan. I can think of at least three stories about him and the times we had in his classroom.

Lawrence Dunstan    
DUNSTAN, Lawrence – Of Flint, age 60, died Wednesday, December 12, 2007. Funeral arrangements will be announced later


Published in the Flint Journal on 12/13/2007.

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Remembering Our Teachers


I recently posted that Mr. Galbreath (Music or Band Teacher) had passed away. And it had me wondering… Where are those teachers who played an important part of our lives?

Here are the teachers that I am looking for.

Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. McInnis and Mrs. Lang

(School: Van Slyke Elementary)

If anyone knows where these people are, let me know. And if there is any teacher you are looking for, let us know.


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