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The following was submitted by a borough student as part of a class project on which bird should represent the country: the bald eagle or the wild turkey.

My name is Joseph Ciciliato. I am in third-grade at PS 94. I am writing to tell you that I have a special bird in mind to represent our country. The bald eagle, instead of the wild turkey, should be our national bird.

I believe the bald eagle is a good choice for our national bird. It is a strong and brave bird. The bald eagle is a symbol of strength and courage. I would not choose the wild turkey because it is shy and easily captured or food.

I am glad the bald eagle is our national symbol. It shows our country’s strength and courage. I want to thank you for your time and hope you agree we should keep the bald eagle as our national symbol.

Joseph Ciciliato

Student

PS 94

Little Neck

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joseph ciciliato, grandpa of Joseph from ASTORIA says:
Joseph, very nice writing in support of the bald eagle. I agree with you 100%.
I'm very proud of you. Keep up the great work. Love you DADA.
Jan. 6, 2012, 11:57 pm
Leora & Sebastian C. from Little Neck says:
Joseph, We are so happy to see your name in print! You make us proud each and everyday! Keep up the great work! We love you!
Jan. 10, 2012, 10:19 am
AJP from Bayside says:
I am dismayed our school system takes valuable time from our students and engages them in a totally irrelevant and non-existent issue.

Until we emphasize important topics like geography or basic math our country will continue its steady decline.
Jan. 11, 2012, 5:49 pm
Sean from Little Neck says:
I am dismayed that morons like AJP from Bayside still exist. Reading and writing are just as important as math and geography jerkoff.
Jan. 13, 2012, 11:10 am

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