Lindbergh Schools students commit to their resolutions for 2019

 

Sappington Elementary School fourth-grade students in Lindbergh Schools offer these New Year’s resolutions for 2019:

Abby — My New Year’s resolution is to try a sport like basketball. I’ve always wanted to play basketball but was too afraid to. But I need to get out of the house and try something new. And I was so afraid that I was going to fail, but I want to stand up and run towards my dream.

Addlyn — My New Year’s resolution is to help the people at the hospital feel better around Christmas or any other time. How I am going to do that is make a small Christmas tree, make a basket with little things or different presents around Christmas. I think that can make them feel better.

Senna — My New Year’s resolution is to do a coin drive and then donate it to hospitals and homeless people.

Eliza — My New Year’s resolution is to try and branch out. I don’t ever really branch out, but my resolution is to try singing lessons.

Keilye — My New Year’s resolutions are going to be to start a dog walking business. I think after my birthday on June 5 I will be a responsible 11-year-old, so people can trust me to walk their dogs for them. Also, I would like to make it to the gymnastics team. I am going to be in pre-team next season and I will try my best to get into team.

Spencer — Hello! My New Year’s resolution is to learn new soccer tricks to become The Ankle Breaker in soccer. I will focus, try hard and ask good questions in school. I will be the leader and brainstorm good ideas. I will achieve this goal by the end of the 2019 year.

Hannah — My New Year’s resolutions are to do my chores when my parents ask and always remember to be a kind friend to others, especially when friends are sad or depressed.

Connor — This is my New Year’s resolution. I pledge to be a better student. I need to get better at math and reading. And also to give thanks for all the people who love me. I will play well at my strings concert and will practice every day for 15 minutes until the day I die.

Lily — My New Year’s resolution is to work out with my family more. I go to the YMCA to work out with my Nana and dad occasionally, but I’d like to do it more. I like doing it like stretching, treadmill and rowing machine. I’d also like to do a tumbling class for cheer. My academic goal is to study long division every night. I am good at it but I could be better. Happy New Year and Merry Christmas!

Alex — My New Year’s resolutions are going to be find good, right books, be nicer to my twin brother, to get good grades, move up my reading level, be more positive and focus more. I really hope I achieve these resolutions by the end of the 2019 year!!

Isabella — My New Year’s resolutions are to be nice to everyone, learn all my multiplication facts at the top of my head, make a new friend, learn two digit by two digit division. I hope I will be able to achieve my goals.

Maleka — My New Year’s resolutions are going to be to have good grades in school, do all of my chores without being asked and be a kind friend. Also, I want to be in gymnastics. I really hope I achieve this goal by the end of the 2019 year.

Chloe — My New Year’s resolution is going to be trying not to eat junk food after school. If I can’t do that, then I will try not to fight with my brother. If I get to both of my goals then I’m gonna be happy!

Braden — For my New Year’s resolution I am going to practice more at basketball and soccer. I am going to try new foods, games and sports. I am going to work harder in school. I am also going to read more and make new friends.

Autumn — Hello, my name is Autumn and my New Year’s resolution is to not fight with my sisters. I do not want to fight with my sisters because I fought with them a lot in 2018.

Abby — My New Year’s resolution is that I will stay away from the tablet and try getting to Level Q by the end of third grade. And do choir!

Miguel— My New Year’s resolution is to try basketball and eat healthier.

Zenna — My New Year’s resolution is to get to Level O in reading, and what I’m going to do to get there is read at home for two minutes, read at school and challenge myself to read hard books.

Sappington Elementary School third-grade students offer these New Year’s resolutions for 2019:

Ben — My first goal is to get to the end of fifth grade Aleks. To achieve this goal is one hour on the computer at home. My next goal is to wake up at 5 a.m. with my older brother to do 50 pushups, 20 pull-ups, 50 burpies and 300 jumping jacks and to get stronger.

Sam — I want to stop pollution for the world and try to make a new sport so the world can play it.

Tilly — My New Year’s resolution is to donate money to the poor, donate food to the poor and to donate money to the wildlife foundation.

Elizabeth — To whom is my concern: My New Year’s letter is going to be…try not to fight with my annoying brothers! Because I always fight with them! It’s getting so annoying!

Kellan — My New Year’s resolution is that I love the sport basketball but I want to play on eight teams.

Aiden — My New Year’s resolution is to help other people by sending money.