On my way to the entrance, Splat! A bird poops on the sleeve of my sweater. In awe, I try my best to wipe it off, but I end up just making it worse. At around 8:01 the bell rings my friends and I rush down the hallway to be in class in time. Ms. Halloween greeting us at the doorway.
Once when I was about five, I was alone in my room coloring in my Hot Wheels coloring book. Then as I was picking up the Yellow Crayon, at the corner of my eye, I see a small little shadow just creep my cabinet in front of me. I quickly got up and ran towards my parent’s room with my coloring book, and I looked behind me and I saw that shadow running after me. As I was running, I stumbled over my own foot and fell.
Kazuma Argento was in school in the back left corner window seat. He has black spikey hair and black piercing eyes that make most people cower. He had his bangs over his eyes on his first day of school hoping people didn't notice his eyes and hoping to make some friends. Unfortuantly some person from 8th grade that he beat up hired some deliquents to beat him up in school.
I remember the day like it was yesterday. For me it was no different from every other Wednesday. I was only six year and completely ignorant of what was going on in New York. I was in art class; coloring when all of a sudden a tearful and scared voice came on the intercom. It was our principal Ms. Mallon.
It wasn’t until his teacher told him that he was different. The scene takes place at his elementary school when one day the principal walks into his class asking for all the white students to stand up so the protagonists not thinking anything by this stood up with his classmates. It wasn’t until his teacher called him out by his name and said: “You sit down for the present and rise with the others.” The protagonist was confused by this statement to he replied with “ma’am.” She repeats again, “You sit down now, and rise with the others.
Her teach mistakes her asking classmate for help with a math problem for insubordinate behavior. The main symbol is the “monumental desk” of the teacher (Kenyon, 9). It gives the image of a throne as if it the divine right of a teacher to have absolute authority over classroom. The education system control our childhood starts to emerge as the underlying theme. The author remembers the image of the “furnace closet” where only the worst boys were put and how “the warmth, the gloom, the smell/of sweeping compound clinging to the broom/soothed” (Kenyon, 13, 16-18).
The whole class erupted in laughter, and right about this time Mr. Smith walked back into the classroom. Mr. Smith immediately told Ty to stop messing around and sit in his seat correctly, but Ty had to explain that his head was stuck. Mr. Smith sent Jackie to the office to have Ty’s parents called while Mr. Smith tugged at Ty’s head. About 30 minutes later Ty’s parents, the school nurse, the principal, the janitor, and the yearbook photographer (Lisa) were all in the classroom. The janitor had a saw out and was getting ready to cut the chair when Lisa stopped him and had Max and Ty take a picture for the yearbook.
Walking down the hallways, I was terrified. People looked at me funny. I walked into the gym and up the stairs where my grade sat. Walking up, trying not to trip, I heard someone say, “Oh look we have a new girl.” I never thought I was going to be the new person.
It was a normal day at School everybody looked and acted the same until one person came and changed everything and that person was named Brianna Ostrowski Chapter 1 One Day a girl named a Brianna Ostrowski was just walking into her classroom when she saw everybody messing around so,she hurried up and stopped them by saying loudly “Stop Right Now!” immediately they stopped and stared at Brianna. One person was sitting at her desk talking to her friend. These two people were named Hope Harbin and Drew Chard they were really funny.
Screaming Jenny is a tale from West Virginia that was about a woman named Jenny who was set on fire and ran in front of a train. This all began shortly after the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad was built, and there was a small shed/shack that was really close to it. Jenny didn’t have much money at all and was struggling to support herself. One day when she was eating her soap a spark came flying out of the burning fire onto her wool blanket. She didn’t notice at first by the distraction of her soap broth, she was aware of her burning clothes after it had started to roast her skin.
The next Monday morning, Roy woke up believing it was going to be a normal day. He expected classes all day, practice, and work at the movie theatre later that night. He arrived at school, with the principal chasing him down in the hallway. “Roy! Wait up!
What was life like for teens in the 1960s? The 1960s were crazy because of all the significant events and people of the time. Life for teens wasn’t too much different from teen life now from working, to school, to fashion and scandals. Everyday life was somewhat different now than it used to be but it has its similarities. After going to school all day, teens would have to come home to do chores and homework for the rest of the night.
I was teaching a lesson when an obnoxious ringing noise came from the back row. I approached the source of ringing, and wound up at the desk of a pale skinned, long haired boy. There was something odd about this boy, he was definitely socially awkward and there was something that made him different from the rest of the crowd, but I just couldn’t tell what that quality was. Anyways, I extend my hand and signal for the device making the noise. The pale faced student gives me nervous look.