Today is the thirtieth day of the Slice of Life Challenge. I can’t believe it is over tomorrow! I’ll tell you about the first day of sixth grade.
On August 31st, it was the first day of middle school! I was so excited. I got on the bus with so many people that I didn’t even know lived in my community. It was weird since everybody had to share a seat on the bus. When we go to school, the sixth graders had to go to the gym. They said once they tell us to leave the gym we have to go to homeroom to learn all the rules and get another copy of our schedule in case we forgot. Luckily, I had my schedule in bag. I knew where to go. Then, we went to our first block. I had music. They told us all of the rules in music class, then we had free time. Next, I had spectrum. They told us all the rules, then we had free time. Then, I had History. She told us all of the rules and also got us a little introduced on Primary and Secondary sources. She also told us we were allowed to chew gum, but no bubbles. Next, I had science, also, lunch block. She told us to go to the lunch room first, then come back when we were dismissed from there. She told us how she wanted things to go and, because she had so much to say, it took the whole block! Finally, I had English. She told us all our rules. She said when we come in everyday, we will have something called Sacred Writing Time, where we write about whatever we want in our notebook for a solid ten minutes. She said we’re allowed to chew gum WITH bubbles. We also have English everyday. Before we left, she gave everybody a gift. It was a notebook which we could use for Sacred Writing Time! I was really glad the first day of school went so well!