Reflective Essay On Renner Middle School

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With its linoleum-tiled hallways, florescent lights, and carpet older than the teachers there, Renner Middle School was the kind of stereotypical school setting that only Hollywood would come up with. A place devoid of even the slightest of amusement. The overachieving students combated each other to gain the highest GPA while the delinquent kids were sent out of class for bigoted remarks. October seeped slowly into my sixth grade school year. In one particularly uneventful lesson in mathematics, Mrs. Haag droned on about some math subject my sixth grade self couldn’t be bothered to learn. My desk mates were doodling in their notebooks, oblivious to the learning in front of them. Since the stuffy room had no windows for me to gaze out of, my thoughts turned to my…show more content…
With a twing of a fork the ball of bread landed in her hair. Cami turned around to flash a miffed look at the sneer on Nathan’s face. Mrs. Haag paid no mind to the interaction; she could care less about what happened in front of her as long as we were silent. Cami turned back, gave a “humph,” and continued to listen to the lesson.

The use of the quadratic formula in example 4 will help us find the answer to this seemingly insolvable question…

I looked back at my desk mates. The girl with long hair and a very pretty face was staring off into the distance. The other girl, with thick-rimmed glasses and her hair pulled into a ponytail was sketching some anime-like art in her notebook. Both were absorbed in their actions so I decided to keep looking around.

Next we carry the two and put in parenthesis the rest of the equation so that the answer won’t be convoluted by…

Esha, Annette, and Michael were listening to Mrs. Haag with rapt attention, and their eyes were glued to the screen. If they could sit any closer to the teacher, then Mrs. Haag would be cornered to the
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