By Alexa Doyer

Elm Street Kchool

Recently students from Elm Street School in the seventh grade history room were asked to write a paragraph on their opinion, with some backup of facts, if we need a vice president or not. Some said, “since we never see him then that means he’s not important.” Another, “We need a vice president because if anything ever happened to the prsident then he would be there.” Our class had a very heated discussion. But, one side must have convinced some on the other as more think that the vice president is unimportant, and much less think that the vice president is important.

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