Starting Middle School

Hello whoever is reading this, wow. It has been… I don’t even know how long it has been since I last posted on here. Let me catch you up on everything that has happened to me.

Well, on August 11th, I started 6th grade, and with that I started switching classes, carrying around a heavy bag with me everywhere, having to learn how to use a locker, and changing in P.E. I also quit Kung Fu in September. I stopped having the same excitement I used to have with it.

I would like to share my thoughts with whoever is reading this and willing to listen.

First of all, the kids in my school cuss SO much. It makes me think, Wow, you’re in your second year of double digits and you think you look cool adding three curse words to every sentence? It honestly makes them look a bit dumb, like we are not high-schoolers, we are all 11-12 years old.

Now, I have PLENTY of mixed thoughts on my teachers. My Social Studies teacher is fine. I don’t particularly hate him or like him. But he does make us take lots of notes that we cannot even use for tests.

My math teacher is the definition of the phrase, ‘tough love’. If you ask a question at the wrong time, or even ask to got to the bathroom one too many times, she will give you this little smile that says, I’m annoyed and I will not hide it. Now, no matter what I say about my Math teacher, she really is a great teacher. I understand mostly everything she says, and she teaches very clearly.

My ELA teacher is the nicest woman on the planet. She has the most patience of anyone I have ever known, and she is a great teacher. My Science teacher is nice, but she does not have the same unending patience of my ELA teacher. My P.E. teacher loves his job and you can tell, but he is very serious about everything he does. He also makes us run many laps, which I am not a fan of.

Even though what I wrote may not seem like many eventful things that happened over the span of time that I did not write, these are all the main events.

Thanks for listening πŸ™‚

—Valentina

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