Sixth Grade

Hello there! I don’t think you know anything about my age and I assume you don’t know anything about my age. I’m just eleven and it’s NORMAL for me to just have finished Fifth Grade. NORMAL. Just that you know, I’m going on Sixth Grade and I’m super EXCITED. Correction: I am super bored, so I’m just looking forward to something I won’t look forward to soon. I’m never excited about growing up, for some reason, maybe I know that the new school year wouldn’t be any easier, academically and socially. It only makes it harder that I’m NOTHING close to a Social Butterfly or whatever you guys call it. I’m just NOT good at DEALING WITH PEOPLE. But there are a few things that I might want to try. Or one, since even only one change to my life can make such a DRAMATIC impact on my daily routines. (Which I really don’t have so THERE.)

Extra stuff at school:

SRC (Student Representative Council):

It’s a kind-of-new thing at school. I mean, it’s been around since I was in Fourth Grade. SRC was for High School student ONLY until like, two years ago? I don’t even know why the school let us do that stuff, maybe so that we can manage our biz easier when we grow up or something. SRC is a thing that ALL the classes from ALL the grades in Upper Primary (/Elementary) have to choose ONE person to represent the class in different events, like Sports Day, S.E.D., etc….so we won’t have 25×6 people onstage all SHOUTING whatever they want to say. Into. The. Mic. IT WOULD BE SO ABSURD! We also need them to make stuff for bulletin boards, choose Fun Day (Dress-Up days, since I attend a uniform school.) etc. I’m not THAT familiar with what they do, since I’ve never been one, but I’M DYING TO BE ONE! Seriously, I don’t even know why. So, maybe not… so no.

Green Team:

Basically they take out the trash. I don’t think I’m doing that.

B.O.B (Not the rapper which I have no idea whatsoever about him. Seriously, B.O.B in this case stands for Battle Of the Books.):

BATTLE OF THE BOOKS! O. M. G. Where do I start?! It’s SO FUN! It’s like, DA BEST THING EVA. So, what happens is, they give you a list of books to read (20-24 books.), you read like a MANIAC, and then in April/May/June we have this GIGANTIC contest with another school(s). (Citywide=Lots of Schools in your City.) I’m NOT supposed to BRAG, but then I have bragging rights, since last year, we won the other school 62000 (us) and 31000 (them) (Gr. 4-5). I don’t remember the Gr. 6-8 scores because I’m not in grades 6-8! Ha!

Sports Teams (Soccer, Basketball, Track [and Fields].):

OK, none of my business HERE, being the person who sucks the most in gym/P.E./Physical Education! But I just wanted to say that there is a SUPER awesome feast/celebration thingy at the end of the year. Pros: Great Food, awards. Cons: You have to wear fancy stuff.

 

OK, with a glimpse into my school life, you’ll understand that I’m gonna do nothing but Battle Of the Books, like all the other years. Now a few things I hope won’t/will happen:

  1. I hope we don’t have poetry.
  2. I hope we don’t have chemistry.
  3. I hope we don’t have gym/P.E./Physical Education/Dance Class.
  4. I hope we’re having sewing in Home Ec. (Home Ec. = Stuff we need to do at home. Like cook.)
  5. I hope we have a longer math session (because I understand it, y’all.).
  6. I hope we don’t EVER have Track and Field for gym/P.E./Physical Education EVER AGAIN.
  7. I hope we have Hockey for gym/… .
  8. I hope we don’t have novel studies ever again. People can’t keep up with my reading speed.
  9. I hope we talk more about First Nations/Aboriginal People in Social Studies. (which is a class which is kind of like history and geography mixed together.)
  10. I hope I get in the same class as Darcy and Sunny/Marcy (Same person.). *

 

I also hope that my sports-idiotic-ness wouldn’t SHINE through so much too. But I decided not to add that to the list because it’s just personal/embarrassing.

 

Anyways, I am going to abruptly end this post right here because I have nothing else to talk about. Or maybe because I don’t want to spill my secrets OR anything even more embarrassing onto this blog-place. BYE!!

 

P.S.: RIGHT! And I also hope that my friends will “help” me with my DARN heavy bassoon! Thank to you!

 

*Not their real names.

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4 thoughts on “Sixth Grade

    • Lucky you! We all have to run at least 10 laps around the school on a normal day, on special days, we all run OUT of the school, head to the public field which is like, 2 blocks away, then we run 2 laps THERE (It’s at least 3 times bigger than our school field.). I also suck at running SO MUCH I’m the last every time. Sorry for the short auto-biography on my life… 😛

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