It was a lot more freedom. The most memories I have from junior high are teen canteen. It was the coolest thing known to a teenager at the time. It was a dance every other Friday and we would get ready for hours. Again, the work became harder but I still liked coming to school more than ever.
To sum up the day, we go to homeroom and talk about our first day at school for forty-five minutes. “It’s so refreshing to be back and hanging out with friends,” a kid announces to the group he’s standing in. “I know, I haven’t seen you guys for a few months,” another kid chimes in. After I get 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.
First grade year is a very important year in many children's lives. It is a year full of new experiences and adventures for us to learn and grow by maturing into children instead of toddlers. My first grade year will forever be an important year in my mind and heart because during this year I truly learned how much family, especially parents, impact my life. As I was walking into a new classroom my first grade year, I could feel my heart pounding as I opened the door to a room full of new faces. All of the children were extremely friendly and I made friends immediately.
When I came back my brothers and sisters came as fast as they can, telling me that cangro had an accident. Of course I did not believe them I thought they were playing around with me because I did not went to play with him anymore. When I saw their faces, they were serious and sad it seems that they wanted to cry. I felt scared and sad, I went to the back yard and there he was sitting down crying wanted to move but he could not do it. I try my best to calm him down, my dad explain to me that he was playing and saw a cat, he wanted to chase the cat, run as fast as he could and his feet got tied up with the rope causing him to fall down that's when he could not move anymore.
Second grade was a blast! My teacher was Mr. Goodining and I was still attending school at Mae Richardson. He was the best second grade teacher in the entire universe! My grandma... ... middle of paper ... ...the guts to ask her if I could play Hide and Go Seek with her and her step sister, Ella. After Kim and I had hung out several times we started hanging out at school, Jefferson Elementary.
My senior year I decided to switch back to dance and tried out for my high school dance team, and made it! It has been such a blessing to me by showing me even more leadership and how to serve others at our school and in the community. I took up my first job sophomore year of high school and have stuck with it ever since. I currently still work there, Enchanted Beach Weddings. In this job I work labor and I am also one of the head photographers.
How about you?” “I’m not sure what were going to do,” said Mike in a cool manner. It was a month into Mike’s freshman year of high school and the first dance of the year was the following day. He loved everything about high school from the new friends, to the girls, and finally being on a varsity team. Mike was a basketball player, so becoming acquainted with the high school atmosphere was no problem. He had not attended a real high school party yet, but the other players on the team assured him it would come.
My team teacher is now my best friend, and my 6th grade students were the best students I could have possibly ever imagined having. I am now in my second year here at IPFW, going into the elementary education program with a dual licensure in special education and concentrations in math and science. I thoroughly cannot wait to have my own classroom and students to greet every morning and call my
I started tying those jazz shoes onto my feet at age six, never thinking that one day they would come off. I still will slip them on once in a while, when I get an urge to prance around in front of the mirror, or attend a small dance audition. After my third year of dancing at my studio, I was definitely craving the competition aspect of dance. If any dancer has strong talent and extremely good technique then they were certain to be a part of the chorus groups. With my first year auditioning, I easily gained a position into the group.
Most 6th graders at Howell L. Watkins had the same classes so I saw the same people every day going into my 1st period class Mrs. E math class which I can’t stand math, I thought the class was going to be horrible but then I met some friends Sheyenne, Karriahna, Nakia. Diane, T’erica and emerald bringing joy to the class they always kept a big smile on their faces making me believe everything was going to be okay especially in that math class cause let’s just say the math teacher we had was nuts. Days went by and every day we grew closer meeting each other in the court yard, in the cafeteria for breakfast, playing in the hallway; life was good till the next year came. The next school year approach fast, walking into the big tan gates as 7th graders made us feel like we owned the school even though we had a new principal Dr. Sheffield things change she was more tough on us then our last principal but we still manage to have fun just not