The first day of middle school for me was both terrifying and exciting. I made a lot of new friends within the year. I remember the first day very well. I had woke up at 5;30 a.m. I was extremely tired.
Yet it was nothing compared to the 6+ hours these kids have been at school every day. Nobody ever says anything good about school, especially in middle school which most of my friends were, so I was very nervous about the whole idea to say the
They should not have to dread going to school everyday. I am going to look past someone's exterior and pay closer attention to their insides. Letting them simply sit with me at lunch or be partners for a project, could let them feel different about themself in a good way. Smiling or hanging out with people who consider themself different, is not a hard task, but could go a long
Sure I had the love of my family, but it was difficult going to school feeling alone. But in the eleventh grade, I connected with some people in my classes, that I have the most wonderful friendships with. I sometimes feel as though that they are my sisters at times, when we are hanging out with each other.
Throughout my early highschool years I struggled with math, many of my teachers didn’t stay the same, I changed who I called my friends, and I changed how I spend my free time during the winter. High School is tough. It’s nothing like middle school. During my Freshman year of highschool I had to take Algebra I. Algebra one started out as a review of stuff I learned in Junior High. Eventually though the year I couldn’t keep up with the work and I no longer understood what was being taught to me.
Every bone in my body was hoping she was right. After our little conversation, she had asked to look at my schedule to see if we had any classes together. Unfortunately, we had only one. Though, I was grateful to have someone to get me through my first day. Of course, there were others around that were anxious for their first day, but for me it’s was different.
It was morning, I was getting ready for the first day of Middle school. I was so exited, what my sister told me about it, it even made it even better! My mom got her camera and said "time to take the first day of school on the steps." I got up from the couch and raced outside to the steps, and my sister was a
Kindergarten through eighth grade I never actually tried on assignments, or even tests for that matter. Then I got to high school. It was a whole new experience for me. I realized I actually needed to start focusing on school. Freshman year wasn’t too bad for me.
Then a few years pasted and I had to go to kindergarten. You know when you are new to a school you do not want to leave your mom or dad and I was like that, it took me a long time to finally go to the classroom. IN first grade I was so excited to go to school, I was a weird kid. My first elementary school was Table Mound and I thought it was the best school ever we never had any problems. Then I moved to a different school called Marshall.
I don’t. We arrive at school, book-bags on and some people with their lunch bags in their hands, I walk through the doors, and there is a welcoming committee that gave all the students a bag of cookies, so students could feel accepted from the first day. I don’t. I am still nervous about meeting