This report is about interviewing the Chickering school principal. We talk about rooms we don’t know about and way more. Watch and listen to this video to learn about the Chickering school principal, Mrs Dayal.
Reported by Colin and Lila
Hello and welcome to Chickering Reports. This is Bella and Barrett. Have you ever wondered about crocodiles?
Well, you’re in luck. This blog is all about crocodiles. Did you know that crocodiles can be over 18 feet. That’s as big as the length of a swimming pool! Wanna learn more about these enormous reptiles? Read on!
Crocodiles live on land and in water. You can find a croc swimming in freshwater, lakes, rivers, and brackish water. Saltwater crocodiles, as the name suggests, live in saltwater. Crocodiles are native to Asia, Australia, Africa, and parts of North and South America.
Crocodiles are carnivores. This means they eat meat. When they eat, they don’t chew. They rip apart large chunks of flesh and swallow them whole. While they eat, they make tears. No one knows why. Crocodiles have one of the strongest bites in the animal kingdom. They have a bite strength of 16,460 newtons and you can tear into a steak with 890 newtons.
Crocodiles have tough green skin that can help them to blend into their environment. Their eyes are on the sides of their head. They have 24 sharp teeth. The biggest crocodile species is a saltwater. They can be 13-18 ft and weigh up to 2200 pounds. The smallest is a dwarf crocodile and is 5ft and can weigh 70 pounds.
Crocodiles are cold-blooded. They have been around for 240,000,000 years and are the closest relatives to birds and dinosaurs. They are very fast and can run 13 miles on land. They live for 50-60 years.
I hope you learned something new about crocodiles. I still can’t believe they can be 18 feet long. Maybe you’ve developed a new fear of crocodiles. Thank you for reading Chickering Reports.
Handwerk, Brian. “Crocodiles Have the Strongest bite ever.” National geographic. Web. 29 May 2019
“Crocodile facts.” Soft schools. Web. 29 May 2019.
Reported by Bella and Barrett
The Columbia Disaster was a tragic space event. This event killed all 7 people on board the shuttle. Stay tuned to learn more important facts about this event!
Howell, Elizabeth. “Columbia disaster.” Space.com. Web. 21 March 2019
Ramasamy Venugopal. “Columbia Disaster.” Space Safety Magazine. Web. 29 March 2019
Reported by: Neal, Reema, Charley, and Boden
We decided to interview our amazing new substitute, Ms. Vanaria. She teaches classes whose teachers are gone for long periods of time. This year, our class got her as a new teacher and we had some questions we wanted to have answered so that we could get to know her. In this podcast, you will hear interesting questions be answered and learn more about our teacher with us!
Reported by Cecilia, Bea, and Ethan
In this podcast, you will find a variety of cool facts about the DS soccer and baseball teams. One cool fact is that the baseball team has more courage because they beat the best team in the league last year. Also, the DS soccer won their division. Hope you enjoy the podcast.
Reported by Kyle, Will, Jackson
We interviewed one of Dover’s police officers. His name is Officer Harry and he tells us about what he does as a police officer in our community. He tells us about the ins and outs of his job. The podcast is not just about being a police officer, it is also about doing the small things to help in the community. In his journey coming up and working in the medical field to being a police officer, he has become one our town’s memorable citizens. In the questions we asked we went deep in the mind of one of our town’s heroes.
Reported by J.B., Alex, and Charlie