This year, Mr. Schrowe’s class mixed up Daily Writing. This time, each individual had to produce his or her own teen magazine by completing a weekly writing assignment. Weekly writing included poetry, reviews of both movies and music, short stories, research, and more. I’ve included snapshots of the magazine covers for this post. They turned out really cool, and I hope that in ten years they will create a bit of nostalgia for the reader 🙂
About The Author
Mr. Schrowe has traveled the United States in his quest to find the perfect location to raise his family. He found this home in Red Lodge, Montana where he and his wife Tootsie have spent the last fourteen years raising their son Tyler and perfecting their craft of teaching. Never one to settle into a dull moment, Mr. Schrowe is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys climbing, mountain biking, skiing, trail running, hiking, and camping. When he finally settles into a resting position, he loves to read, write, and listen to podcasts that help him understand how the other half, mainly mathematicians and engineers, think. In addition to teaching English Language Arts, he enjoys coaching cross country. He has coached the RLHS Cross Country team for nine years. His accolades include helping at least one athlete achieve All-State recognition every year he has coached and a school record of three consecutive state championships. Mr. Schrowe has also advised Business Professionals of America students where he succeeded in helping twenty-one students earn an invitation to the National Leadership Conference. His latest quest is to start a RLHS Outdoor Club and to find a high school poet who can win the state Poetry Out Loud competition. Mr. Schrowe has dedicated his life to the children of the next generation who hopefully will share his philosophy taken from Apsley Cherry Garrard, "If you march your Winter Journeys you will have your reward, so long as all you want is a penguin's egg" (Garrard 598).