Do you wish you can restart your whole life. The book I read was called Restart. The genre of this book is fiction.I chose this book because it looked very interesting. It was about a middle schooler named Chase Ambrose who fell of the roof of his house and got amnesia. When he goes back to school a lot of his peers were either scared or angry at him because before he had amnesia he was a bully.
Last month in math support class I got into a fight. We were in math support class and this boy was talking about me. He was calling me names and making fun about my weight. So as soon as he stopped I got up and just starting going off on him. So he jumped up and started yell back at me.
Learning to read and write was not an option; it was a requirement. “School will be what makes you succeed in life,” my parents and educators would say. I did not realize how hard it would be to read and write; however, it came natural to me, in the beginning. Struggling many times, several people did not believe in me; however, that never stopped me from wanting to gain more knowledge as I grew older. There has always been more positive people to motivate me whenever I needed inspiration.
So I enrolled in a school, it was supposed to be one of the happiest days of my life but it was not. At the beginning of school year, I did not have any friends and to make it worse, I got bullied. They bullied me on how I dressed especially my accent. Females even males were picking a fight with me. I wanted to tell my mom but I did not want her to worry.
At the age of nine, I was diagnosed with clinical depression and anxiety. At the time I was unsure of what those words meant, although I soon learned very well from my classmates. I was harassed most of every day in school for being different, and it continued into middle school. At my first sleepover, three girls thought it would be funny to draw tears on my face and cuts on my arms with permanent marker while I was sleeping. I discovered later that day they had also taken pictures of me and posted them to Facebook.
Since they are so restricted and restrained to the secluded domain, they become absorbed on no other responsibilities. They cannot apply resolve or truly develop their souls while lingering in this pathetic state. Growing up, mother 's will shape their daughters ' character, which are then further strengthen after they are sent to private schools. In their juvenile state, they are drawn towards men of bad notoriety because they desire valiant men and want to satisfy their thirst and hunger for imaginations and romanticisms. All of this is because of how they are raised; they hardly ever have any methods of transgression out of the construction
As in Making Sarah Cry the boy is bullying Sarah. Ava finally got help from Lindsay because she told her all of the problems that she was having in track as in Making Sarah Cry the boy got into a car crash, once he came back to school his homeroom greeted him with balloons and welcome back’s but, when he went outside they started to make fun of him because his leg was gimpy and he had a scar on his face. But after a few minutes of his friends teasing him, Sarah came out and told the other boys to stop because she was my friend. This is important because even though he was one of the boys who was bullying her she came along and stood up for him which shows that she did have a heart. In the beginning, some people said she did not have a heart, that's why she came back every
He respected America, and he loved it, but America didn’t love him back. Later, he learned in school what was happening several years ago, and he understood why the news people were saying all the terrible things. When he went to high school, he ran for student body president, and a teen in his class tweeted “If you vote for RJ, you obviously enjoy 9/11.” He was hurt at how racist this was, but he proved him wrong.
I don’t remember my whole schedule but I do remember some of my classes I had math, biology, history, Spanish, English1, gym and some other that I can’t remember and all my classes I have to take it with them. This group of people were divided by to different nationality Puerto Ricco and Dominican republic so my first day the boys from the other country they were really nice with me until they star to give me rare looks: like I was something nasty or ugly and they start to say stupid jokes about where I’m from and I never say anything I felt humiliated and vulnerable of all this stuff had happen to me the same week I attended to the school. I decide to sit alone at the cafeteria, when five girls approached to my table and they set up a conversation
I realized nothing is fun done alone, but with others. Being an only child, and moving to new locations multiple times, I always felt alone and thought friends were not essential in my life. A las being with others, brings upon a new world of possibilities. The kids taught me everything is more enjoyable when doing it with others. I could get new ideas, and start to enjoy tasks that would normally be dull when done in solitude.
I started walking to class then some kid was screaming profanities at a teacher and that 's when my headache started the peak. . When i got in class everybody was staring at me, i sat down then they started to take notes, I probably took five pages of notes. when i got out of that class I headed to english and when i walked in the room i was humiliated then when everything calm down. The teacher told us we are taking notes then i probably took
For example, in the months leading up to the event, the attacker fought a student in the school cafeteria and threw a chair against the wall of a classroom. The court reasoned that this was constructive notice, and that the school should have intervened when an incident involving the student broke out because they were aware of his “assaultive behavior.” In MacCormack, however,
Soon after, the target learned of the incident from his PE teacher. He was then sent to the office with the conspirators, where the students were all reprimanded for their actions and the bullies received punishment. The occurrence of bullying in the third grade is not the only example of bullying in our school. A student, who wishes to remain anonymous, was bullied a few years ago. On the topic, she says she felt attacked because the ruffian was someone she knew.