“I guess I don’t like this team anymore besides Ella, Madi P, Caitlin, Abby, and Delaney.” I stated shyly.
Middle school was a lot of fun for me, I met a lot of new people and lots of new girls. It was also kinda tough in the beginning with switching classes and things and having so many different teachers and lots of homework from different classes and having to remember the room numbers of each class but eventually I got used to everything.
Middle school was a rough time like it was for many because I still did not even know who I was yet. MIddle school was very difficult to adjust to at first because all my life I had only been in one class all day everyday with the same teacher and they made sure you always had a note to remind you of your homework for the night. Middle school was when I began to make my own choices and had to suffer the consequences that came with those choices. In middle school is when I found out how much I liked business because of a field trip my 6th grade year to Biztown which was a small fake “community” that everyone worked in and would be a citizen in the town.
Middle school is full of good and bad memories. After being here for four years you develop all sorts of memories that you may not even want to remember. There is one memory from my eighth grade year that I will never forget. Being a water girl
Holy Cross Catholic School provided me with a small and very safe feeling experience all throughout elementary school. As a result, the transition into a public middle school became a very scary thought. I would have to deal with a much larger class, lockers with combinations, more than just
Responsibility is a key to success in middle school and high school, something a There are many more things I like about middle school, however the freedom you are allowed is one of my favorites. Independency is something I like to have and as an elementary school student you are mostly dependent on your main teacher. Being independent also goes along with changing your classes. At first I was scared about changing from seven different classes, but once I got used to it I was fine. For instance, in sixth grade I always lost my iPad and pencils in my classes because I wasn’t used to being so responsible and free. One of the biggest things about the freedom you get is different friends. Instead of being in a classroom with the same 25 people all day, you move and have different people in every single one. That allows you to make new friends and talk to new people who you maybe didn’t talk to in the
Middle school was a drastic change in my life. In elementary school I didn't have to worry about wearing makeup or what I wore but once I entered middle school, it all changed. The classes became harder, the testing became more frequent, the teachers started to care less, and having to change classes every hour and a half was very confusing.
It was night, and I was walking Kaitlyn, my best friend, back to her house from the park. “Thanks, it was fun hanging with you”, she says smiling.
Middle school changed me to a Middle school is kinda weird, especially if it's your first year. Your meeting new teachers, students so it will be awkward at first, but then you get to know everyone in your class. I was a different kid before I Entered middle school, I was really immature, quite short
Kendall Getten 12 2370 Nautical Ct Denver NC 704-657-4600 Prose 68 firstname.lastname@example.org East Lincoln Middle School It seems that no one really understands us. By “us” I mean the people who live every day in fear of starving or freezing to death. People walk past us on the streets and comment on how sick we look, but they do nothing to help! They think that if they give us money we will just spend it on alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs. They don't understand that we are scared, scared of dying, and scared of having nothing to live for.
Middle school. We all started this journey as innocent little 5th graders. We are at the bottom of the totem pole. Big scary 8th graders shout at the back of the bus. Unfamiliar words and phrases are spoken in the air. This will be you one day.
“I mean, I don’t know what I am, so why is it anyone else’s business and why is everyone talking about me?”
Rachel just rolled her eyes and continued getting her purse together "Listen, guys, I really appreciate you worrying about me, But I am extremely fine I promise. Now if you will excuse me Brody has had a bad day at school and I want to take him out to dinner to try and cheer him up" As Rachel finished what she was saying she walked out of the room smiling at Quinn and Santana. Leaving them both
“What? Oh, we’re staying St. Christopher’s hostel. We didn’t No, no, I was just getting out of the shower. Sam and I drove all night and I just woke up. Sam ran out to get food and I didn’t hear it ringing until I turned the water off,” Rachel heard something rubbing against the phone, probably the towel drying his hair. “How’s the vacation going? You guys go to Big Ben and meet the Queen?”
Six years ago a girl made a big transition to a new school. On the first day she was scared. She didn’t know a single person in that school. She soon met a girl who had also transferred that same year. This girls name is Rachel. Rachel and I had