Tuesday, September 2, 2008

It's Official!

I became a Junior today.

My first class is Geometry. The first thought I had about that was " Great, I get to wake up to Math every morning." But then I got to thinking that I really don't hate math. I'm good at it and I don't mind it. Plus this is my last semester of Math and I never have to take it again. My teacher already gave us homework for tonight.

My second class is Biology. I think I will like it from what my teacher was saying. But I don't want to get too far into thinking it will be great. We do a lot of projects which I am great at and I like doing them. What I am not looking forward to is we dissect squid, shark, and worms. Im just glad is not frogs.

My third class is Culinary Arts. Im excited about that as well. It's basically like working in a restaurant because Mr.Aldrich assigns differents jobs to us each week as well as cooking. But along the way we learn how to cook and bake. Our first assignment is to make 400 lunches for a company thingy. Thats next week. But every day we make lunch for the school day care children. We sell the baked deserts(spelling?) to the public. The coolest part is that we each get our own chef uniforms. Hat included.

My last class is CONCERT CHOIR. So excited. I love it. Thats pretty much all I can say is that I love it. We have a concert every month starting in October. Way different from Full chorus because there you only have 3 a school year. The concert choir expectations are so much higher.

I like the new 4 classes shedule a lot better. It made me feel like the day went by faster because after first class you think " wow only 3 more to go" and then so on and so forth.

Ready or not here I come!


Amy said...

Heather what a great schedule! I know your mom will enjoy the things you bake in cooking class! Have fun dissecting things in Biology..that was my favorite part..we did a fish, worm, frog and a cat.

Steph said...

Have a great year Heather Feather.

Kim said...

It sounds like a good schedule Heather. Get that Math out of the way early in the day. I didn't mind the dissection too much when I was in school. But when Jesse was in 2nd grade, he had to dissect a cows eye! That is the most disgusting thing I have ever heard of. I didn't volunteer that day:( I'd volunteer for just about anything, but not an eyeball. Hope you have a great year. Please let me know when your concerts are. I'd really like to get to one if it works out for me.

Heather said...

Well Kim. If I make it into the Lakes Region Music Festival you can come to that hopefully. Its on January 17th which is a saturday. But if you cant come to one this year you can next year. Ill be in concer choir until i graduate. And youll be home next year.

Kim said...

Well Heather, great news....Jesse and I are planning a long NH weekend THAT very date you are talking about!!!! I really hope it all works out for us:):):)

Robin said...

Um, excuse me, is this a joke? Luke is in second grade. He better not be doing anything with eyeballs.