School is… in?
On the first day of school, expectations are high. Various Campbell County High School students fear for homework on the first day, new fashion, sick kids, or drama between two different schools coming together as one.
“I thought I’d lose my voice,” ceramics teacher Jason Linduska said. “It is what all of us teachers do, talk.”
Homework and uninteresting is what we all assume, but we still have to have an education.
“Everyone is expecting school and homework,” junior Jaes Baumberger said. “No one wants to do homework on their first day of school.”
“School was going to be super dull is what I was expecting and I’m sure that is what everyone else thought too,” senior Samantha Wheeler said. “We do the same thing every year, especially on the first two days. All anyone hears is rules and it makes the day go by really slow.”
Bringing two schools together isn’t always the best idea because they are rivals but sophomores get their own school to themselves.
“To be honest, I thought there would be a lots of drama,” sophomore Jayden Woodward said. “It was the first time Sage Valley and Twin Spruce have ever been in the same school together. We just don’t mix well together.”
Back to school is the place for germs to run wild, and make us all sick.
“My expectation on the first day was no sick kiddos,” nurse Jenny Himes said. “I did have a lot of students come to me for band-aids because of new shoes. I’ve also given out some creams and lotions for new piercings and tattoos.”
“I expected to see a lot of new fashion trends, which I did,” senior Natishia Simons said. “It was a lot of the crazy tribal patterns and zig-zag designs, I am absolutely in love with zig-zag and tribal patterns. I also saw a bunch of girls with different hair colors.”
“On my first day, I thought it was going to be horrible,” sophomore Justin Riggs said. “I didn’t think that I was going to have anyone in any of my classes that I would know. Who wants to go into a class where you don’t know anyone?”
We think the first day of school is going to be horrible, and a handful of us just have high expectations. But at the end of the day, it ends almost the same way for everyone. Campbell County High School students have nothing to worry about because there isn’t another first day of school on till next year.