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"I am Middletown"--Madison Victoria

Madison Victoria

 

“I am Middletown”

Enjoy this personality profile, which gives people in the Middletown school district a chance to meet and learn about their students. These students chose their questions, designed to create a mini-profile of their lives.

Madison Victoria is a Carter fifth-grader who is a National Elementary Honor Society member.

If she could trade places with somebody for one day: “Queen Elizabeth, because it would be super cool to be in the UK, and even better, I would be the queen.”

Three places she wants to visit: “The Bahamas, because I heard it is a beautiful place. Japan, for the scenery and all the new food and awesome culture, and California because I used to live there and I would love to visit it is again.”

Three famous people he would invite to dinner: “Mr. Beast, because he is a great and generous man. Roald Dahl, because he is my favorite author, and Tom Kenny because he voices my favorite characters in several different shows.”

The talent she would most like to have: “Being able to play the piano.”

Her three favorite movies: “’The Hunger Games,’ ‘Good Burger’ and ‘Coraline.’”

The world’s biggest problem: “Hate. I mean on people. It’s getting out of hand. If nobody hated each other for simple reasons, I believe that the world would be a little bit better.”

If she had $1 million: “I would invest it into a few different company’s stocks. Then I would open up charities, and then go on an awesome vacation with my family.”

What makes her unhappy: “Where animals die. When somebody is mean to someone, and when I stub my toe.”

Her three favorite TV shows: “’Carmen Sandiego,’ ‘The Owl House’ and ‘Escape the Night.’”

If she were President: “I would fix issues involving trash and poverty. Trash is destroying the world. Poverty is just sad. Where I used to live, everywhere you looked, there were homeless people.”

In 10 years she’ll be: “I will be in high school doing my best to get good grades. I will hopefully have a job, so I can start saving for a house.”