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ADVICE TO GRADE 6’s Coming to HLPS from Spirit of the North Next Year

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Natalia Kostrzyski Says:

My advice for the soon grade 7 to come, is to ALWAYS listen to your teacher.  Always write notes, and listen what the teacher is saying. Even if you’re bored and don’t want to. If you have a common assessment always get ready for it. If you get a high % on it, it will help your grades. Bring a reading book to class, or even read something on your phone but ask your teacher if you’re allowed.  Always bring the right subject books to class.  Also bring paper, pencil, eraser etc.  If you’re late for one minute, you’re late.  Always bring P.E outfit, or you will be sent to a high school room.  Get ready for sports bring equipment like, skates, swimming suit etc.  If you don’t have any you will get skates, but not a swimming suit.  For Career technology always brings pencil, and your project.  Don’t bring your phone.  Always be friendly to others.  That’s the key thing.  One important thing is to have fun in Grade 7.  I promise is going to be a fun adventure!

 

Kailey Somerville Says:

My Advice
1. Always pay attention in class
2. Always listen to the teacher
3. Always bring a book to class
4. Never swear in class
5. Bring your proper binders
6. Never be on your phone during class time that’s what breaks are for
7. Never be late
8. Always bring your gym strip to class you are not allowed to wear jeans and you need proper running shoes.
9. Don’t skip class you might think your cool doing it but you will get a call home saying you skipped so don’t it’s not cool
10. And last but not least always be kind to your other class mates.

 

Cole Tsonchoke Says: 

Life advice

I think that next year`s advice is to listen to the teacher and be nice to your classmates. And to study because you don’t want to fail the year and do not bully other people. In gym you should always participate and listen to the teacher. Don’t talk to your teacher with an attitude either because it’s rude. If you come to this grade don’t be a bully or you’ll get bullied back.

 

Heather Kniel  Says: 

I have lots of advice. First off, you should always respect your teacher, friends, school, and any other people. They deserve the respect. Also pay attention in class because it will definitely affect you negatively some time. Keeping up with your homework is a must because if you don’t do it you will probably get in trouble, and create more problems for yourself too. Don’t talk to your teacher with an attitude either, because it’s rude, they try hard to give you a good education, and I know it’s really hard work being a teacher. The last thing I want to say is study for your tests, don’t be a bully and be confident in everything you do.
Those who care don’t matter, those who matter don’t care. -Unknown

 

Megan Andrews Says:

Advice

One of my many advice tips for the grade 6s soon to be grade 7s would be don’t let anyone bring you down you are who you are and you can’t change that. Don’t change if someone tells you to, don’t let anyone put you or others down. Stick up for everyone and stay you. Another tip would be to stay on task. Junior High is different from the lower grades. You need to pay attention in class even if you get bored. Stay organized is a key point if you lose your notes or pencil you better find them or your screwed!

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