(Copyright 2001. The Tattoo. All Rights Reserved.)
Sept. 22, 2001
Students stunned and sad
By Kathryn Taylor
It started as a normal day at
After the last bell rang and everyone was in class, my
teacher announced that one of the towers of the
Everybody wanted more information.
Since every class has a TV, our teacher went to the front of the room and turned it on to the local news, which was showing live coverage of the attack.
Some of the TVs don't work in our
hall so we stuffed all of those classes into our room so we could all watch.
A friend and I started to discuss
what might happen next.
We came up with ever thing from
World War III to forgive and forget.
Then we started to wonder who had
done such a horrible thing.
We thought that it might have
been a real accident, that maybe the pilot had fallen a sleep or something but
when we saw the second plane hit we knew that both pilots were not asleep.
At the end of the period, as
everyone went to their next class, we were still talking about the terrible
events that had just taken place and the things that were still happening.
Now, after 11 days, everyone is
still thinking about the victims and the world.
On behalf of