The school I attended was a PreK-8 school in Neenah, Wisconsin, meaning I knew most of the people there already. One of my biggest worries was about homework. People had said the classes in Middle School would be much harder and I would take home many more assignments, but I found the change easy to adapt to. Eventually, I began to understand all the differences I would discover between Middle School and Elementary School. They lead to major changes with friends, classes, and a new
During the beginning of 6th grade, I was terrified of not being able to catch up on schoolwork and meeting new people since I enrolled into MSA two weeks after the school started. But right after attending math class, Akansha, a small, thin, girl with a gigantic, purple backpack on her back immediately came to me saying
My friends told me, “It 's just one class,” or “Math is hard, it 's okay.” For me it was not okay, and after having a meeting with my counselor concerning my math grade, she told me “try harder next year.” So, coming into senior year I felt the same thing I felt during my first day of high school, pride and confidence. I finally understood what Mr. Kalbach meant when he said he wanted to be like me in high school. He was not talking about my grades, attendance, or my attitude for school. Mr. Kalbach wanted to see the Ramses that I saw in the mirror the first day of senior year, and I know I will not let him
We couldn’t wait until we were in 6th grade. We were so surprised that the school wasn’t that big like we expected it to be. Everyone wanted to be in exploratory. My friends and I would say after the tour “hopefully we will get classes together”
Sean Hampton said “Victory is the child of preparation and determination.” My first year of attending Thomson Middle School I was determined to play, no matter how much I had to work I was determined. The coaches had a meeting were they informed us on a few rules. One was that you had to be in the seventh and eighth grade to participate. A pile of disappointment tumbled into the bottom of my stomach because I was only in the sixth grade. The information I received was negative and positive, it gave me time to prepare myself.
I can’t wait to start middle school. Starting middle school can be overwhelming where three schools merge together but meeting new people is the only thing on my mind. Middle school is where you expand your group of friends adding more people or stay the same. So of course I stared expanding, gaining more friends but I guess I didn’t notice I was walking into something dark. I didn’t really notice that I was going into the wrong group.
Whenever I was in the eighth grade I was put into a few classes with a teacher I knew that I was not going to like. The first day of school I walked the dreadful walk to her classroom after science class and knew that Mrs. Jackson was going to be horrible. I was never really the student who had to study throughout middle school, so whenever I was put into Honors English, I just knew that I had set myself up for failure. Mrs. Jackson was one of those teachers who loved her job, you could see it in the way she smiled, she loved the way that a book could change someones
A big memory was me not being able to shut my mouth in my english class. The teacher was Mrs. Peterson, and I had a bunch of my good friends in the class. After the first day, I could tell this was not going to be a good class. First off, like I said, I could not keep my mouth shut. I would always be trying to talk to Zach, Dylan, or basically anyone.
The three girls had to go to school a couple days after they landed. Delphine was excited because she got the nice teacher in her grade but sadly she got a exchanged teacher from a different country. The teacher explain why he was there and not their other teacher. Delphine and the students were sad about them not getting to do fun stuff that the other students in another country get to do. Throughout the school year, Delphine had to do a project with some people that she