Guys. We have a problem. YOU'RE NEW TO THE SCHOOL! AHHH!!!!
So need a guide? Here I am! Here's what you NEED to know to go through your first year of middle school!
1.LISTEN TO YOUR TEACHERS! Many people in my class have had privlages taken away from derping around when my teacher was talking.
2.(FOR MY SCHOOL MOSTLY) Eagle Time is scary the first time you go. You don't know anyone there are a bunch of Eigth-graders who look like they should be Seniors in Highschool, the Seventh-graders just got through their first year of middleschool, so they've been in your shoes. For me, the seventh graders were my best hope at making friends. If You can't make friends with the Seventh-graders, try making friends with your adviser.
3.NO FACEBOOK! Sure it's fun, but some teachers prefer if prefer if you payed attention to the lesson instead of Rachel's relationship status and what Tiffany said to Jessi.(No offense to anyone named Rachel, Tiffany, or Jessi.)
4.Get your work done on time! This is crucial to surviving Sixth-grade! Don't get it done 20 minutes before Social Studies! And remember-If your teacher says "due tomarrow" it doesn't mean "Do tomarrow"!
5.NO DRAMA QUEENS!!! Simple as that. Get it? Got it? Good.
6.Gym.*shudder* I HATE that place with a passion. BUUUUUUT unless you happen to be good at sports and you're in shape, good for you! For the kids who have no sport expierience and don't plan on having any-When you play basket ball, run around like you know what you're doing! Worked for me. PLUS the Gym grade is mostly effort. Just don't chew gum in class. SHould work.
7.Mainstreamers. Ugh. Just-don't be a mainstreamer. Do what you want-don't always do what everyone else thinks is hot.(Don't know what a mainstreamer is? GO GOOGLE IT!)
Did I miss any? Good. Not gonna write anymoar. Could you show the new Sixth-graders this Mr.G? because.....I'm one of your most prolific bloggers.*cough*over 500 blogs posts.*cough*
THONK YOU! Expect to be hearing from me during the school year. >;3
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