Tuesday, August 15th, 2006

  1. If it is 104 degrees outside, that means that half the classrooms are also above 100 degrees and the other half are around 60 degrees. 
  2. The school bus is about 200 degrees, and I only ride in the morning.
  3. It is absolutely impossible to get to a locker at lunch time, manage the lock, get through the lunch line and then ACTUALLY EAT in the time allowed.
  4. Classroom 210 south is nowhere near classroom 210.  It is in a different building entirely.  Who numbers these places???
  5. Most of my friends are in different classes entirely and there’s no time (yet) to meet most of the new people.

  6. They are giving homework ALREADY!!!!!
  7. I miss SUMMER already!!!!!
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1 day ago
Dress codes at school and at work (Entry Link)

they weren’t too strict when I was at school today.

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2 days ago
Dress codes at school and at work (Entry Link)

dress codes
Daniel Solis:
Luckily my school doesn’t have uniforms, but they are very strict. There are no warnings and if you get caught wearing something you’re not supposed to wear you get ticketed and then you have to change your shirt or something. A kid should also be able to express themselves in any way they want. For example a prep gets to express themselves in hollister clothes, so why shouldn’t a goth be allowed to. Also hair seems to be a big issue. No big hair because it’s “distracting.” How distracting can it be? not too much for most people.


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