Hurricane! By Miss Bilovsky's Class TTO: Spiderman theme by Webster and Harris
My Paper (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) By Miss Bilovsky's Class TTO: My Shot by Lin-Manuel Miranda
Way down South, where it's warm There's a rotating tropic storm Moving West across the sea Getting closer to you and me Look out, here comes a hurricane
Growing with solar power Blowing 74 miles per hour It may get even faster Causing a natural disaster Look out, here comes a hurricane
Meteorologists at the NOAA Minimize the risk, warn is "Get out of the way!"
Pack your things, don't you wait when it's time to evacuate When it hits, it's okay You'll already be far away
And when the storm causes mass destruction Then comes the reconstruction After the hurricane!
I am not throwing away my paper, I am not throwing away my paper. You know I'm not gonna try to reduce, reuse, recycle And I'm not throwing away my paper!
Paper's made of trees and we need more of these So we got to reduce the use of paper please We're doing our assignments on electronic screens 'Cause it's best when we use less and keep the forest green
When you use paper you should choose To do your job and when you're through, reuse We'd be gratified if you decide To flip the paper over, then you write on the other side
When you're done with a paper don't throw it away There's a place to remake if for another day The blue bin is the one we like To put the paper in for the win, we recycle!
But I'm not throwing away my paper, I am not throwing away my paper You know I'm gonna try to reduce, reuse, recycle And I'm not throwing away my, not throwing away my, Not throwing away my paper!
Mr. Griffin from Griffin Ed will be coming into the classroom and helping the students become better writers by learning how to write songs. It was decided by the class today that the song will be about hurricanes.