notebooks and unsharpened pencils that makes you feel prepared. It may seem like a small detail, but you’d be surprised how much relief can come from being well prepared and organized for a school day. It may also be a good idea to plan out which supplies you will use for each class. For instance, labeling a binder for your Science class or designating a specific composition notebook for Math class, can help you feel more prepared and confident in your abilities. A student agenda or weekly organizer to track homework and test dates is a great way to stay prepared too.
Plan your schedule now: Will you be taking the bus to school, walking, or will your parents be dropping you off in the mornings? Will you be walking home with a friend or carpooling? Will your schedule look different every day of the week or the same? Knowing what to expect each day, can be one of the most simple and effective, yet most commonly overlooked aspects of a new school year. The reassurance of knowing what your day will most likely look like can help you to avoid unexpected situations, as well as provide comfort and stability. Load up on school supplies early: There’s just something about having a backpack full of fresh
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Get together with friends: Arrange a Starbucks day or a movie night with last year’s friends to reminisce about all the good times you shared and look ahead to the new year. Meet up with familiar Junior High friends in the days leading up to High School, to talk about the year to come. Hearing others opinions can remind us that everyone shares many of the same concerns. Knowing you’re not the only one who feels a certain way, is always a comforting feeling. Get to know your way around the school: If your school hands out schedules to incoming students in the summer, be sure to come to your campus early on that day to get your schedule. After you pick up a list of your courses, spend a good amount of time walking to each of your classes. Try to memorize your possible route from the main entrance of the school to your first period, as well as the cafeteria and the gyms. Similar to Middle School, you’ll be expected to walk yourself to each class, and although once
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