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To SNCS Grade 6 Students from Students in Ms. Bailey’s Grade 7 Class

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As you know you will be arriving at HLPS in fall, you’re probably nervous and that’s normal. But don’t overthink it just be yourself, organized, bring a pencil and the year will fly by. Don’t look to stereotypical  movies, you are not going to be stuffed in a locker for the most part everyone is friendly. If you ever need friend teachers and mentors are always around. Enjoy your new freedoms.

Mya and Tatianna

Dear Grade Six,

We are happy to have you guys come to HLPS,

we have more things available here such as….

more sports and more independence. The teachers are nice and a lot of people are too. We are warning you that there are some people who can be mean and judge you for being yourself, but we say not to listen to them because you are perfect the way you are! You will like it here a lot!

from: Kassidy and Denell

Dear Grade 6’s,

High school is really fun. At the beginning of the year, I was scared(to be honest) but I’ve grown out of that throughout the yearbecause the “big kids” are not THAT bad, they LOOK scary but when you talk to them they are really nice and fun to talk to, they don’t seem so scary anymore. When I was in gr.6 my thought of the high school was “I have to move so I can get out of here”, high school years(I heard) made the best(and worst) memories of your life. Yes, there are privileges here but it’s nothing too different from SNCS. So the key from this letter is to not be scared of high school because it really is fun!

PS. See you next year :)!

To the kids of SNCS

It is great here. We can go to places such as subway during lunch and we have great chromebooks that work 99.9% of the time. School is a LOT harder here. If u want to score above seventy on tests you HAVE TO STUDY. It is really serious. We have THE BEST COOKIES EVER in the bear cafe at first break.

Good luck,

From Muz, Nolan, And Adnan

Dear Grade 6s,

There are actually Math tests! Be prepared and study. It is also very important to bring pencils. If kids are being loud tell them to listen up because you do NOT want a teacher to use their teacher voice. During breaks you can leave the school but don’t leave unless you know you can make it back. Take Options seriously, it can be very fun if you take advantage of the opportunities. Also at break you can buy cookies. Buy some because they are amazing.

Gracen, Jaxson, Matthias and Austin

 

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  1. Ms. Patterson on October 16th, 2014 4:19 pm

    Great advice, guys! 🙂

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