Personal View: my first day of school was AAAAAGH!

Personal View: my first day of school was AAAAAGH!

Ava Bowling, Editor

It’s a new school year at Dobie Jr High. I think we can all agree that we have been dreading but a bit excited about this new school year. I personally was excited about my new classes, but dreading the fact that everything was going to be, how do I say this, Chaos!

We all know that the first day of school can be crazy, but I was in new uncharted waters. I had no idea where my classes were, who would be in them, or who teaches them! The first two classes of the day were okay I knew who one of my teachers were, but we had a sub in theater, so it was different then I expected.

3rd through 5th Period I knew one of my teachers by sight but I had no idea where or who they were. In fact when I was looking for my third period class I went in the wrong direction. I literally walked in a circle and my next class was FIVE FEET AWAY FROM MY LAST CLASS! It was hidden, and was hilarious and made me want to rip my hair out. On the bright side though I knew people in my next few classes.

I didn’t know what to do in lunch I couldn’t see anyone I knew, so I sat by myself. You know, when you have no idea where anyone is, and your lost and confused and all that fun stuff! Then I had Spanish after the 45 minutes in that class I knew it  was gonna be a loooong year. I like the people and the teacher, but seriously when your learning a new language and you start learning stuff on the first day. You can probably expect that it will be a hard class.

The last class of the day was Algebra. Mrs. Hecox is an amazing, wonderful, beautiful, funny, smart teacher, but man is she scary! Literally she will not take missing or unfinished work, and if you do that she will have you call your parents she’ll talk, you’ll talk, they’ll talk, it will be a nice little talk. Also don’t think about grading work incorrectly or you’ll get The Hecox Surprise (DUN DUN DUH), where when you come in the next day she gives you an evil smile and laugh, and you get a zero on the homework. When your Parents call or see Mrs. Hecox about it, she has evidence! She will make you write in red pen and sign your name in red pen, and she will write in another color and so they can see your grading separately.

Over all my first day of school was fun, confusing, scary, annoying, and chaos. Good luck to everyone on the new school year. May the odds be forever in your favor!