What NOT to do at the end of the school year

Grace Hensley, Staff Reporter

  1. Don’t slack off on all of your work.

Yes, I get it, it’s the end of the year.  You have no motivation to do your work. But hey, think about it this way, you’d rather finish the last couple weeks on a slightly strong note than getting put into summer school.  

  1. Don’t be disrespectful to other students/teachers.

Congratulations, you’re almost a year older, just like the rest of us.  That doesn’t make you better than anybody, and it definitely doesn’t make it okay to be rude to other people.  

  1. Don’t worry about what anyone else is doing.

It’s your life, only you can control it, (even if it’s not the best thing sometimes).

  1. Don’t be impulsive.

I’m not talking about changing your mind about what lunch you’re going to have that day.  I’m talking about ruining friendships or switching where you’re going to school, just because the life you’ve lived for the past year is coming to an end.