Fifth Grade Corner is a series of articles written about and for View Ridge by fifth graders. This week’s author is Max M.
One of the cool opportunities that you get in fifth grade is to be a crossing guard. Being a crossing guard is fun but it has a lot of responsibilities and rules; it’s not that hard but you have to be on your toes.
The crossing guard team is responsible for helping get kids to and from school safely. But there are a couple ways YOU can help. Don’t text and drive. Don’t go fast around schools. Cross only in designated crosswalks. We all have to work as a team to do our jobs well.
The benefit of doing all this hard work is helping people but getting to class later and leaving early is a nice perk. And we get a party at the end of the year, SWEET!
About our author:
Hi, I am Max and I’m in fifth grade. I live in Wedgwood with my family including my dog Duke and my seventh grade sister Eloise. I like to play soccer and I love swimming. I love the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks. When I grow up, I want to be an Olympic swimmer and a mathematician.