Personal Narrative: A Student's Loss Of Honor

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It was about March or April 2015. I was a 5th grader at James Valley Christian. Our teacher was in the process of announcing who will receive the Oscar Award. Each month the class voted for one student who showed generosity and was an excellent friend. So far the at year, almost all the girls in my class had been chosen for the award. She counted up the votes and announced, “And the Oscar goes to . . .” All you could hear, while she paused, was the hands of the class hitting the desks. My name was called, and I was surprised that I had been chosen. The Oscar Award is about 6” in size, and it is a plastic trophy with a black base with gold colored words on it and a gold colored statue with the same colored reel. It currently sits on the

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