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Where's Robbie?, Chapter 5



Where's Robbie?, Chapter 5
Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 3 to 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.94

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    colter, counseling, homeroom, medication, therapeutic, depression, unhealthy, however, okay, when, amount, perhaps, better, therapist, difference, able
     content words:    Robbie Evans


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Where's Robbie?, Chapter 5
By Kathleen Redman
  

1     When the students came to homeroom the next morning, Mr. Adams and Mr. Colter were there with the homeroom teacher. Marisa was surprised to see her father; he hadn't told her that he was coming to her homeroom.
 
2     When all of the students were seated, Mr. Colter said, "Good morning. I know all of you and many other students have been worried about Robbie Evans. This morning, the police found Robbie. We are very happy to let you know that he is okay. However, Robbie will not be at school for a while. He is suffering from severe depression and needs some time to get better."
 
3     "How long will he be gone?" Kevin asked.
 
4     "I don't know," Mr. Colter said. "Mr. Adams will help you understand more about depression and about Robbie's time away."
 
5     Mr. Adams nodded to the students. "We are all glad that Robbie has been found and that he wasn't hurt while he was away. However, that doesn't mean that Robbie is okay. Depression is a very serious condition, and it will take time for him to start getting better."
 
6     "How long?" someone asked.
 
7     "No one knows," Mr. Adams answered. "It depends on many different things. Robbie has to want to work things out. He may be given some medication to help him. It takes time to make sure that a person is getting the right amount of medication. In a couple of weeks, we will know more."
 
8     "Where is Robbie now?" Marisa asked.
 
9     "He's at home with his parents right now. Later today, he will be going to a hospital in Avon."

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