Goals that I set at the beginning of the school year. I met my first goal by feeling confident in myself to be who I am, and don’t care what people say about me. I also met my second goal by being planned more and knowing what I had planed for every day every week and it helps me know what I have upcoming. I didn’t met my third and final goal because I dealt with injuries and I also couldn’t keep up with my running schedule.
Some of my accomplishments of this school year. I raised my SRI up 30 points, getting through 8th grade, getting A and B’s through the school year, getting my first A on a quiz that I took. Some lessons that I learned during 8th grade is, “Don’t care what other people say about you” , “Stay Positive” , and “Be yourself.” Some memories I have during 8th grade. The AU trip was so much fun .
One of my memories was challenging just like trying to be myself due to being bullied all the time. Math class was my scary moment of the year. I was surprised when I reread my FutureMe Letter that I completed earlier in the year. I thought that when one of my teachers burnt one of my friends’ jokes was hilarious.
Some of my favorites were God’s Country by Jason Aldean , The Last Summer by William Brindley,Pit Bulls and Parolees based on real life in New Orleans, To all the boys I loved before by Susan Johnson ,Dogs , My birthday, My phone, and the singer P!nk.
Here is some advice for the incoming eighth graders, ORGANIZATION is key to be successful in middle school. Be prepared for class, and time management. Listen to teachers and don’t be disrespectful to any one unless you want to have zero friends. Don’t be lazy, and try your best. Also all the teachers try their best to make zero mistakes but they are human, too.
Hope your last year of middle school is the best 8th grade year,yet. All us, 8th graders wish you luck.