My school spelt my name "cleb" instead of "caleb" in an art show not to long ago
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I had to wake up at 6 AM today since I started at 8 AM for a lecture about writing papers, since we're going to write a major one in November. Most of the info was stuff that was pretty ordinary stuff that basically everyone already knew, so that was worthless.
Then we went to visit an archive, which wasn't too bad. Except that after an hour or so we were divided into three groups for the rest of the viewing, and had to wait until the previous group were done. We were supposed to end at 12 AM but since it took some time for the two previous groups, my group ended up having to not only wait for an hour, but also get 30 minutes overtime.
And to top it all off, the bus on the way home didn't arrive for at least 10-15 minutes.
I'm loving the implementation of technology. It gives some teachers the excuse to just review and give filler assignments all class long to take up time and use some pre-existing video to teach. Not only that but half just expect us to know what 20 websites they want us to check for homework, much less know how to sign into the class. Seriously can we just be taught in class and if you're gonna give homework just give it on paper.
So much ranting...
(And I'm sorry for that, I just need a place to vent.)
For my special project I am planning to do a Bionicle stop-motion. It's going to be a How it Should Have Ended on Bionicle JTO.
3 Weeks until school.
I thought this was going to be just a three month break.
But it was a FIVE month break.
Five months of doing nothing are
O V E R K I L L.
School started again last week.
My school ends next week...... then my study period starts yeah
Well, I have friends now. And they are actually intelligent people that I don't have to just try to tolerate. I'm also failing A/H Biology and A/H ELA.
Boards aren't blocked on my school laptop
RIP my GPA
same thing for me
The blessing of obscurity.
Mines blocked because "no rating".
But discord isn't...
Ok, so we have this walking track at school and me and my group of friends always walk in it. (7 people in our group) The other day they went on announcements and forbade us to go on the track if we had 4 or more people in our group. That sucked, but then they said it was because it looks like "a gang". What the heck principals?
Edited for minor language -legomaster
In English we've been reading The Crucible, and it's quite the interesting read, probably one of the better books I've read so far in school.
Anyways, we get to do a skit project with it where we reenact one of the scenes from the play with props and stuff. My group chose the court scene and I decided to play as Proctor, whose character I greatly enjoyed throughout the book.
Nice, I haven't read that book in a while. I had to read it during my sophomore year in English and all I can say is that it was pretty interesting
I read the Crucible in 11th grade English. One of my favorite books I've read in school. Lots of character dynamics, drama, and is a really thrilling book.
I'm doing the same exact thing, except I'm playing Reverend Hale. We're also watching the live action movie, which is surprisingly good.
Currently taking finals.
End me now, please.