t the early morning before school and I was doing just as I did everyday. I was having a smoke before school. I was hoping it would relieve a bit of my stress. Than Michael came along for 180300304 time. He did this every single day, you would think over time eventually he would get tired and stop asking.
“I know, I haven’t seen you guys for a few months,” another kid chimes in. After I arrive back home, my mom questions me, “So how did your first day go?” “It was one of the most fun days of my life” I say, as I divulge into the story of the whole day. After I came to Amherst, I didn’t know how it would impact my life since being the new kid is nerve-racking at times. It caused me to be antsy at first about talking to people, and not wanting to share personal information about myself. I came to a realization a few years later, that this was the change I needed in my life, to be able to talk to people and step outside of my comfort circle, and it has shaped me to be the person I am
I couldn’t stop thinking about what happens if I would have gotten lost or having to meet all the new people that would be coming to lincoln from all the other elementary 's. “What happens if go to the wrong class? What happens if the new students aren’t as nice?” I would always ask my mom. She would say back to me, “Everything is going to be okay. You will make new friends and have a fun time at your new school.” The first day of fifth grade came around and there were a million butterflies in my stomach.
Unhealthy problems is an effect of kids doing too much homework for too long, students have to complete all of their homework in just a limited amount of time, and less time for family and extracurricular activities and family and friends is created because of homework. If homework continues to increase through the years, students will go through a midlife crisis! They will not be able to handle all of the pressure and who knows what the students will do with all of this homework on their backs. Remember back to Michael. He was stressed out from all of the homework he had received from school, though, he went to school excited.
It sucks when your first day of school in the middle of march right? That was me, as I was getting dressed I thought should make a good impression in front of these people. I straightened my hair it took so long to do,but I felt like it was worth it right? after I was all ready to go my dad said to me hurry up you 're going to miss the bus, I had no idea that I had to ride the bus you would think your mom or dad would drop you off considering that it was just down the street. I said to my dad, will you drop me off only today!
It was an immense adjustment for me as this was the first time that I transferred to a new school. So, this is the story of how I was a negligent person who became a caring person. On the 29th of September, I started my first day with a quiet demeanor that showed everyone that I was nervous and shy. It was not really a first day for everyone as I started two weeks after the students. Everyone was kind and welcoming that I felt that I was in the school for a long time.
I didn’t wanna go against Mama but….maybe this would finally end all this hate and negativity. I looked at Billy and took a small breath, as I nodded. He smiled at me and grabbed me into a sideways, brother hug, “I promise it’ll be worth it.” We got to school in fifteen minutes after we talked, goin’ straight to our classes with nervous heartbeats and sweaty palms. I wanted to do this but at the same time I was nervous ‘bout this whole thing. It was too late to back out because I already promised Billy I’d do it.
In an article written by Gloria Chaika, Connie Terry explains that her daughter, who was not named in the article, used to like to go to school and meet all her friends. Last year, her school district switched to uniforms, now when she asks her how school is going, the first thing out of her mouth is she hates uniforms (Gloria Chaika). The real question is, do we want the students safe? Or do we want the students to be happy and creative. We have school uniforms in some school districts, but at what cost?
Fela Oscars, your new adviser. Come I'll show you your classroom,” she spoke innocently like there’s nothing happened. She walked while we are following her, and entered another door. 'Why are there so many doors here?’ I asked myself while walking. Our fears were cut off as we entered and saw the inside of it, we saw trees growing rich, it’s green leaves were so fascinating, as yet quiet and clean in style.
A coming of age experience for me would be when I was entering Middle School and I was 11 years old when I had my first coming of age experience. It was a scary for me because in school, I only had one class and on different days I would go to different teachers for music or PE. Middle School was also a coming of age experience for me was because I was going off into another school and I had also just started to the play the flute and I wasn’t sure if I was going to fit in or if I was going to quit band at all but I didn’t I stayed in the band and I was so scared because when I walked into the Middle School I had seen people that I didn’t know and I didn’t see any of my friends yet so I just went to the band room and I was there for a few minutes until I decided to go and look around for some friends and to see if I recognize some of my old friends from the other elementary school that I went to. Middle School my sixth grade year was fun, I went to all of the school socials and I did get sick a lot and that was terrible for me because I also behind in my classes and I was always so confused and I was also scared to ask my teachers or to tell my teachers that I didn’t get it or that I didn’t understand it. Middle School was always hard for me because I was out sick and I had no idea what we were doing in class and when I was seventh grade it was the same thing in sixth grade I was always sick and I was out except for one week in February my family and I took a week to go to