Mom and Dad were with me as we waited for my teacher to come to the office to retrieve me. When she arrived, she was kind and asked me to follow her back to her classroom. I said goodbye to Mom and Dad and followed my new teacher, the timid anticipation bubbling up inside me again. The room was empty because the other kids were finishing up their recess so my teacher, Mrs. Jaeger, introduced me to the morning work that the class did every morning. I was working on that when the students started walking into the classroom.
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.
Soon my friends come to join me and we laughed and joked about how the day went and which teacher gave the most homework or what couple ended it and made a big scene in the hallway. My parents never told me to gossip but it was always fun to talk about the news around school. When the bus finally picks me up and drops me off, I still have a long walk back to my house in the heat of the
My first day of high school as a freshmen in a new level of education Is what I was thinking when I woke from slumber that morning in bed. Stepping foot on the campus wasn’t even the beginning, taking the school bus in the morning is where the first taste of being a freshmen and actually starting and being an high school student. I started to get really nervous and a sense of reality hit me. Walking towards the bus stop all I see is a huge group of high school students waiting around for the bus, calm and cool as I try to stay to be I approach the waiting area not knowing what to I’m getting into. This surge of anxiety
Summer was winding down and I was getting ready for school. I was kind of nervous but I felt good. I was ready to out of middle school. I heard that the upper classman were really rude to the freshman so I was nervous. On the first day of school it was only freshman.
They were really tired. I than asked when they woke up they said 6:00. Than I asked them when they went to bed some said 12:00 and some said 11:00. This needs to stop. I think school should start later because kids are not focused enough in the morning.
The students began to shuffle into class. I walked in after them, shy and alone, hoping I could hopefully make a friend so I wouldn’t have to sit alone for lunch break. Unbeknownst to me, I had a more significant problem arriving in the near future. At first glance, the class
This started out as a normal day at school but I suddenly felt sick during the middle of the school day, so I went to the nurse and I had a fever plus lunch didn’t agree with me. She called my mom but she didn’t answer her phone. The nurse decided that she would just take me home. We get into her car and she starts
The first day I observed the entire fifth grade had a short day so their classes were on a time crunch. As the students came into the class, the teacher stood beside the door and welcomed every students with a smile. Beside the door was a small table that held the bell work papers and bell work turn in basket. As students came through the door they automatically picked up their bell work paper for the day. After grabbing their bell work, students placed their materials for the class on their desks and then proceeded to take their backpacks to the hall to hang up.
That moment right before your alarm rings, where you feel as if your are floating in the skies, and your pillow feel like it were made of the softest cotton, spun and woven by the angels of God himself. Then the alarm goes and students have to fight the urge to sleep and get up for another day of school. At around eight thirty, which is the average time for american schools to start, student sit down at their desk, having gotten less than eight hours of sleep. At that moment and time a student leans back on his chair, straightens his legs, one on top of the other, and folds his arms. Then with his head tilted slightly down, the student slowly slips into the unknown as the teacher's voice fades into the background.