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â€œAndy, are you sure you did your homework?â€ Mr. Perkins eyed me suspiciously, clearly knowing that I didnâ€™t. I flail around for a good excuse.
â€œY-yes! I did, I did!â€ I try to reply calmly, but it came out all jumpy like I was nervous. Clearly the teacher could tell that I had not completed the assignment. Stumbling to my desk, I sit down and start to read one of my favorite novels: â€œ https://www.omgphotobooth.com.au/b5oiex1o6k Percy Jacksonâ€. The teacher was scowling at me again when I realized I was supposed to be working on my algebra worksheet. So I put my bookmark back in my book and began to write. Soon after I had finished the worksheet, it was time to rotate to our next class. Walking down the middle school hallways, I found my friend Jackie packing up for our last class for the day, English.
Once I was in the classroom, the teacher told us to write a quick two-paragraph essay about something they wished had never happened. Instantly, I had an idea. Jotting down writing as fast as I could, my essay was finished in fifteen minutes. This is how it looked:
A thing that made me miserable was that today in math class, Mr. Perkins yelled at me for not finishing my homework this week. I regretted it and promised to never forget again. When I made that promise, I felt like I could never keep it because I was always to busy doing other things, like folding paper and writing essays for English class.
When Mr. Perkins made that face that meant that I was in big trouble, I promised to change and actually start being a good student, a responsible student. Now I regret being so disrespectful and not finishing assignments that need to be done. I promised to always do my best, forever, and try to be a great student here at River Creek Middle School.
When the English teacher read my essay, she nodded and mumbled to herself something I couldnâ€™t hear. When she had read all of our essays, she walked up to the front of the classroom and announced, â€œI see all of you have made improvement in your writing lately. I see that some of you have learned a lesson,â€ she said, looking directly at me, â€œ-and some of you have just wished something wouldnâ€™t ever happen to you again.â€ This time, she turned to Jackie. I glanced at him and noticed him smiling sheepishly. BRIIING! The bell rang. â€œWell,â€ the teacher sighed, â€œYou may go home now.â€ I flung my backpack on my shoulder and left the school building.
The next week, I made sure to be respectful and responsible. Every day I made sure to finish my homework and do what I needed to do. Mr. Perkins was very proud of me for keeping my promise. From then on, I became a great student at River Creek Middle School.