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I remember my first day at AMCA in 5th grade where I had transferred to from Summit Hill. I was very nervous and I wondered if anyone would like me. My new headmaster dropped me off at the trailer where my class was and I had an organization and preparation meeting with my new teacher, Mrs. Rose. When she said I was ready, a sudden, amicable sense came into me. That day turned out to be my favorite day of the year. I also remember my Student Council teacher died of Leukemia. She was the only teacher I liked in 4th grade and same with all the other students. Everyone cried. Somehow, I stayed tough and encouraged all the people around me in whatever way possible. As torn as I was, I was still amicable. I mostly remember Easter when I was 8 years old. My friends Kyle and Lexi were walking up to my front door when I hear a blood curling scream. Almost seconds go buy when I hear my door bell ring. Lexi, standing at the door with a bloodshot face politely says, "Mrs. Kent, I don't mean to interrupt but there is a huge snake on the driveway!" Being the nature boy I was at the time I was very excited to see this snake and be able to show off my zoo camp skills to all my aunts, uncles, and grandparents. When I come out with my shoes on, I come to see my Grandpa standing there with a shovel. "I wonder why he is doing this." I thought. I ask him, "Why are you about to kill that snake?" I asked. A short reply comes. "It's a copperhead. If you don't want to die, don't move any closer." I stepped back, contemplating my feelings for a snake that eats rats which is good for the flowers in my yard, and a snake that would kill me. I look up, and my Grandpa raised his shovel. I close my eyes, I can't watch. Then, I hear a loud click. I think to myself, "Well, bye- bye snake!"
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Remembering Elementary School Essay

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              I remember my first day at AMCA in 5th grade where I had transferred to from Summit Hill. I was very nervous and I wondered if anyone would like me. My new headmaster dropped me off at the trailer where my class was and I had an organization and preparation meeting with my new teacher, Mrs. Rose. When she said I was ready, a sudden, amicable sense came into me. That day turned out to be my favorite day of the year.
             
             
              I also remember my Student Council teacher died of Leukemia. She was the only teacher I liked in 4th grade and same with all the other students. Everyone cried. Somehow, I stayed tough and encouraged all the people around me in whatever way possible. As torn as I was, I was still amicable.
             
              I mostly remember Easter when I was 8 years old. My friends Kyle and Lexi were walking up to my front door when I hear a blood curling scream. Almost seconds go buy when I hear my door bell ring. Lexi, standing at the door with a bloodshot face politely says, "Mrs. Kent, I don't mean to interrupt but there is a huge snake on the driveway! " Being the nature boy I was at the time I was very excited to see this snake and be able to show off my zoo camp skills to all my aunts, uncles, and grandparents. When I come out with my shoes on, I come to see my Grandpa standing there with a shovel. "I wonder why he is doing this. " I thought. I ask him, "Why are you about to kill that snake? " I asked. A short reply comes. "It's a copperhead. If you don't want to die, don't move any closer. " I stepped back, contemplating my feelings for a snake that eats rats which is good for the flowers in my yard, and a snake that would kill me. I look up, and my Grandpa raised his shovel. I close my eyes, I can't watch. Then, I hear a loud click. I think to myself, "Well, bye- bye snake! "
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