When teachers do the talking on the first day, they often go over classroom rules so you'll know what's allowed and what's not.
Pay close attention so you'll know if you need to raise your hand to ask a question and what the rules are about visiting the restroom.
Help your parents pack it the night before if you don't like what's on the menu at the cafeteria.
Try to include a variety of foods in your packed lunch, especially fruits and vegetables.
If those feelings don't fade, talk to your mom, dad, teacher, or school counselor.
What I dislike about school are the following: Students should go to school later and do activities in the morning.This prevents the morning panic when you can't find your homework or lunch box.Speaking of lunch, that's something else that can help you feel good at school — whether it's the first day or the 100th day.Make the first move and you'll be glad you did and so will your new friend!Sixth grade often signals a move to middle school or junior high, where you'll find lockers and maybe a homeroom.Or maybe you'd like to bring along a book or magazine to read while you're on the bus.Whatever you put in your backpack, make sure you pack it the night before.You might already know a lot of kids in your classes on the first day.But it's a great day to make a new friend, so try to say hello to kids you know and new ones that you don't.It might help to write a few notes to yourself, so you'll remember the important stuff, like your locker combination and that lunch starts at , not .Before you know it, your fingers will fly as you open your locker and you won't have to check your notes to know what time lunch starts! Teachers recommend giving things some time to sort themselves out — once you know your way around the building and get adjusted to the new routine, you'll probably feel better.