My only thought as I finally walked through those doors was that I hoped that I did not get lost on the first day. As I took the final step through the door I started to look for the front office to get a map of the school. I finally saw the little sign that said “front office” and headed toward it like a snake chasing a rat, fast and with a purpose. Opening the door I was greeted with a smile and a good morning from the peppy desk lady. I kindly asked for a map of the school and she handed one from a stack that looked like it had a million papers in it. The morning bell had rung for class and I started to head in the direction my map was pointing me. Once I thought I was getting close I looked at my map just reassure myself that I was heading in the right direction, even though I had already checked it like ten times before that. After about five more minutes of wandering around I h...
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...bout how our first three classes went and once I told I got lost because I was given the wrong map she began to laugh. She said that her day went really good and that she liked all her teachers, after that conversation we found out that we had the same fourth period. I was relieved to have that class with her because knowing at least one person mad it less scary. Having familiar faces during a scary moment or time definitely makes it easier to get through that moment.
Even though no one got on the tables and started singing like I thought people would, my first day of high school was not that bad thanks to the three levels of sociological influences: getting the wrong schedule because the front desk lady’s mom died that weekend on the macro level, being able to join the FFA on the middle level, and having my best friend since preschool by my side on the micro level.
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