Welcome to our long-time feature, which gives people in the Middletown school district a chance to meat and learn about the scholars in their community. We asked each scholar 10 questions, and the answers combined create a mini-profile about their lives. So what does “I am Middletown” mean? We cannot be defined by one or two words. Everything about all of us makes us unique, and that uniqueness makes us Middletown.
Meet Chloe Palmer, a William A. Carter fifth-grader.
Three places she wants to visit: “Los Angeles, Paris and Disney World.”
On her bedroom walls: “I have a chalkboard, a picture of me and a calendar.”
The last good book she read: “’Smile,’ by Raina Telgemeier.”
Her ideal meal: “Macaroni and cheese.”
Her proudest Carter moment: “When I got awards.”
Her favorite part of school: “Chorus.”
What makes her happy: “Playing the Sims.”
If she were President: “I would cancel Mondays.”
One thing people may not know about her: “That my favorite color is also periwinkle blue.”
In 10 years she’ll be: “I’ll hopefully be wealthy.”