Personal Narrative About My First Days Of School School Essay

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Personal Narrative
One day I woke up it was an early cold Monday morning.I was woken up by something I realized it was my mom and she said it was time for school I asked her what's school she said it's this nice place where young kids like me go to learn and play and meet new people. It sounded kinda fun at first but then I asked how long will we be there she said she wouldn't be there just me. I immediately didn't want to go anymore because as a small kid I always wanted to be with my mom and the thought of not being with my mom scared me.
So after a bowl of cereal and a cookie it was time to go. My mom said I looked at the digital alarm clock I had and it said 7:00 AM at this point I was getting more and more nervous the closer we got. I have always walked by it but never thought I would be going there myself. When we got there we were introduced to the principal and he asked for my name then he looked at his clipboard which I'm guessing had names and classrooms numbers then he told me which class to go to so I can meet my teacher. Comment by JOCELYN GOMEZ: Don't be afraid to describe how you feeling during these moments. Feel free to add figurative language to describe them!
Since it was the first day of school they actually let parents go with their kids to get settled with the classroom and to get used to things. I don't remember the teacher’s name at all so I'm just gonna call her Ms.Garcia,but when I first saw her I thought she was mean but when she talked her voice had a nice tone she asked my name then told me where to sit. She told us her name,how long she's been teaching and stuff like that, then she told us the class rules and things we would be learning throughout the year Comment by JOCELYN GOMEZ: This would be a great moment to add some dialogue about what Ms. Garcia was talking about!
After we all got up and walked outside, she showed us where we would be having recess and the sports equipment we would use, then she took us to the library and told us that we would be reading all kinds of books,then she took us to the Cafeteria where we would be having breakfast and lunch,then she took us to the auditorium and she told us that we might be performing on stage for the holidays.Then we went back to the classroom but she asked that all the kids stayed outside and played while she talked to the parents.
Immediately everyone started playing except me but i saw a kid playing ball by himself. I went up to him and asked his name and he said his name was Leo and I said “oh my name is Luis” but then this girl came up to us and said “can I play with you guys”.Me and Leo said yeah and then she said her name but sadly I forgot what her name was i think it was something like Violet i don't remember it just started with the letter v. So we play for a while to be exact it was like an hour, then finally all our parents came out and my mom told me that it was lunchtime so after lunch we went back to the classroom and the teacher made us introduce ourselves to one another by saying our names and the things we liked after that my mom said it was finally time to go home so I said goodbye to my new friends for the day and went home on the way home.I thought to myself how i kinda liked it .That day I learned even if things sound bad good things might come from them. Comment by JOCELYN GOMEZ: What did you end up like about the day? How did you feel afterwards? Comment by JOCELYN GOMEZ: Great narrative! Make sure to connect it back to the prompt and add how it shaped who you are today. Do you like school because of this moment?


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