Presentation on theme: "A Place Called Home by Luke Thomas. When I was young, my mom and I moved a lot. I didn’t like it because I could never keep any of my friends. This."— Presentation transcript:
A Place Called Home by Luke Thomas
When I was young, my mom and I moved a lot. I didn’t like it because I could never keep any of my friends. This is my story.
I was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. We lived in a house with my mom, dad and sister. To be closer to my grandparents, we moved to Richmond, Virginia.
We moved a lot, and it was hard on the whole family. When I was still very young, we moved to Rhode Island for about a year. I do not remember much about this place because I was very young.
When I started kindergarten, we moved to Ohio. We then moved back and forth between Beaver Falls, PA and Ohio for the rest of my kindergarten and first grade school year. I made some friends, then we moved.
In second grade, we lived in three different places, and I went to three different schools in Pennsylvania. The three places I lived were Freedom, Baden and Ambridge. I made some friends, then we moved again-UGH!
When I was in the third grade, I went to Conway, and then I moved to Freedom in the middle of my school year. I made some friends, then we moved again.
Then we moved to New Brighton, PA. I still went to Freedom School in the fourth grade. I finished my school year here. My family decided to move to Beaver Falls, PA, and I finished my fifth grade there. I made some friends, then we moved again.
It is my sixth grade year, and we moved back to New Brighton, PA. I lived there from my sixth grade year to half of my ninth grade year. I made some friends, then we moved again.
For the rest of my ninth grade year, I moved to New Castle, PA and I attended Shenango Area School District. Next, I attended the New Castle Area School District for three months and then I returned to Shenango. I made some friends, then we moved again.
In 2012, I lived in New Brighton again. I got special permission to attend Lawrence County Career and Technical Center (LCCTC). Then (yes, you guessed it!) I moved again to Beaver Falls, and I finished my tenth grade year there. I spent two months of my 2013 school year in Beaver Falls. Now, for my eleventh school year, I moved to New Castle, and I attend LCCTC. I made a lot of friends, and we may move again, but I can stay at LCCTC because students of all eight school districts are here.
Author’s Page Luke Thomas is a junior at the Lawrence County Career and Technical Center. Luke is enrolled in the construction trade program. Luke is from the Shenango Area School District.