“Time to get up, breakfast is on the table,” I whispered to Dad. “Ten more minutes to sleep yet.” I had delicious eggs, toast, and hash browns. I felt nervous when I was eating my breakfast. I drank tea to wake me up. I was tired, but I knew that it would be a day full of new adventures.
The large, brick, building was tall; the hallways were clean and the floors were shiny. There were a lot of lockers, different rooms, teachers, and the rules were different. I was getting ready for a new grade in a new school.
I was excited to be in a new building and liked getting away from the elementary. I liked that I got to have more freedom at lunch time. I don’t have to raise my hand to do something. Having new teachers and eight class a day is easy. I enjoy P.E. and reading the best out of my whole day. I think that my teachers are nice.
At the last school I didn’t get much help from the teachers. At O’Neill I get a little more assistance from the teachers.The good thing about moving back to O’Neill is that I knew many of classmates already. It was hard for me to move to Texas because I didn’t know many people. I was glad to come back to O’Neill.
All in all, the hardest thing was getting to my classes. However, with teachers and students helped me I find my way. The first day went fast and I was delighted at the end. I learned not to be afraid to ask for help at O’Neill Junior High School.