My eighth grade year what quite the year for me. I learned a lot about “real life” and how everyone has to deal with it. There were so many good and bad memories this year. Even thought eight grade mean HIGH SCHOOL next year, I am so said to leave Moran. All of the teacher and students here are so nice and help guide you through the three years that you spend here at Moran. My favorite moment with my friend Lacey would have to be when Mr. Nagel always said uhh… before a sentence. We would always crack up. We had a chart and tallied every time he said it. That was the best year of my life.Most embarrassing moment is when I found out that I was failing English class. I was on the xcountry team for the first year and as I was getting better at it my coach said I have to kick you off the team because academic work is more important than xcountry. I started to cry because I really did enjoy xcountry. As the year went on my friend Marissa helped me get my grade back up. I finally got it up to an A and later was on the track team which I never got kicked off. I was so happy.
My favorite teacher was Mr. Nagel, because no matter what we did he didn’t care. Like he would never get mad when we repeated him or said something that other teachers would get mad for. He was an awesome teacher. He’s like what you call the “cool mom”, but he’s the “cool teacher”. Next year when I’m in high school I will miss him so much. I will have to come to Moran every day just to walk in him room and say “uhh sit down”, as he said to us every day. It was so funny because he said it every day and he didn’t even know that he was saying it.
Friend Advice that I have is when you’re given something that day, start it because I am the person that waits till the last minute to do things and I never got anything done on time. If you want to get good grades just get all your work in on time. Study weeks before the test and quizzes. Pay attention in classes. I didn’t really pay attention that much and I didn’t do as well as I wanted to.
Well, I told you all I can about my experience in eighth grade. Good Luck!