Raider Release

Blanca Rodriguez
After Blanca Rodriguez, 9th, left beautiful Georgia, she came to gloomy and dark Fort Smith, Arkansas.  It seemed as if she had seen a terrifying ghost.

"It was less dangerous in Georgia, and I could go out walking," Blanca said.

Other than frightened, Blanca is also energetic.

"I can't stay in one place because I end up moving around," Blanca said.

Blanca is different from her family.

"I'm loud and my family members are very calm," Blanca said.

Blanca has very good friends.

"I'm best friends with Blanca because she is always making my day," Maria Duron, 8th, said.

If she were a vegetable, Blanca would be a tomato.

"Tomatoes are red, and red stands out," Blanca said.

Written by Janean Llanes.

Blanca Rodriguez, reporter

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