((I'll go first. )) Izzy felt the heat roasting her as she moved forward awkwardly, each step seemed to alert people more of her presence. One problem with the humidity. Hair. Her hair was tied up in a big, fluffy ponytail behind her head, and it seemed to be almost half the size of her body. She wore a grey T-shirt saying: "Turn to page 394", and some black shorts. Normally she wouldn't care so much about her appearance, but the humidity was getting to her... She continued forwards, many people coming forwards to greet her. A sixth grader with bright red hair ran up to her and said " I really like that t-shirt. #HarryPotter! " Izzy smiled, patted the boys head and said, " Thanks, Ron. " She kept going, the way into the school seemed so long.
Izzy sighed a breath of relief as she entered the air conditioned building, grabbing her morning binder from her locker quickly. After saying hi to a few people, she took her seat at the main nerds' table in her usual chair, getting ready to schedule the events for the week. "Oh Monday, how I love you. " she said, perhaps a bit too loudly, as a few people turned to her. Another boy, who she recognized as her friend Al, sat down, his brown hair was a mess too. " So, how did the D & D game go last night? Sorry I missed it. " said Izzy, striking up a conversation. " Well, two new players showed up, a half-elf Cleric, and a Human rogue, and we went on a quest to get the amulet of Dragnor, I almost died. " He said, his thick southern accent clear. Izzy smiled, drumming her fingers on the table, waiting for the others to arrive.
Paper Towns by John Green
about 1 hour
To me cool kids are people who aren't afraid to be themselves. People who treat others with respect, equability, and kindness. People who are survivors, who are strong and get through everyday with a smile on their face. People who no matter what someone says still dresses and acts the way they want, the way that makes them feel comfortable. Those are what cool kids are to me.
about 2 hours
Personally I prefer free-dress. It gives students the ability to express them selves in their own unique way. Though i do understand why some schools have uniforms. To wear uniforms it shows the equality between the different people, but it as well has its negative points. It doesn't matter if you wear a uniform at school or not, there will still be people there to judge you. If they cant judge you on you're clothing choices than they'll just judge you on other stuff. To be honest i think that uniforms shouldn't be forced, they shouldn't be dress code, both ways you'll end up with some bad outcome but only one will have some good outcomes. can you guess which?
I'll give you hint, its the one with diversity.
about 2 hours