Throwback Thursday: Brooklyn C
“Jake was down at his locker, and his leg was out. I tripped over it and slid down the hall, and I dropped my binder really loudly.”
Throwback Thursday Kaden P
“yes, my fridge broke and my house flooded.I was happy because me and my family went to a fancy hotel.The new fridge we got was expensive and if this one broke, the next wouldn't be as nice as the one we have now.”
Throwback Thursday: Falyn C.
"My most terrifying experience was in sixth grade. I was playing Hide And Seek with my neighbors , and I hid in a bush. A spider got stuck in my hair."
Throwback Thursday: Garrett H.
“On the second week of school, my substitute bus driver was 20 minutes late, and when she got there, we had to give her directions to get to school.”
Throwback Thursday: Clare H.
“My favorite vacation was colorado, it was super fun and so beautiful there.”
Throwback Thursday: Ryan H.
“The most embarrassing thing that happened to me was I fell off the block when I was about to jump in the pool at a swim meet. I was getting ready to jump in, but then, I lost my balance and fell in. I was kind of shocked, because everyone went quiet and started staring at me, and I didn’t know what to do. Every time I get ready to jump off the block, I get a flashback and get real...
Throwback Thursday: Hayley B
“The most painful experience I’ve had was during the summer before 6th grade when I was riding my bike at night, and I fell and broke my arm and had to get stitches.”
Throwback Thursday: Lily D.
“My most embarrassing moment would be in Kindergarten when I peed my pants because my teacher wouldn’t let me get up to use the restroom, since she was teaching. No one noticed but it was still embarrassing.”Lily D
Throwback Thursday: Emma D.
“I fainted at at water park because of heat exhaustion. I was passed out for like 2 minutes and nobody saw me! This happened at New Braunfels 2 years on the hottest day of summer. I’m very forgetful, and because I never drink enough water so I think this could happen to me again.”...
Throwback Thursday: Kira S
“My interests have changed since kindergarten from one favorite one favorite subject to another for example I used to like math but now I like language arts and science.” “The hobbies I enjoy participating in now are dancing and baking, I have recently become part of a baking business AK2Bakery, with my two good friends, Kyla F and Abby B. ...
Throwback Thursday: Andrew D.
7th grader, Andrew Duke has changed quite a bit since elementary school. “If I could go back in time I would change not wearing athletic shorts, because they’re trash.” This change happened when he moved to Gorzycki, “ I met more friends and they kind of changed who I was.” He has had some bad hair days in 4th grade too, “ My worst hair do was in 4th grade when i got a buzz cut, it was p...
Throwback Thursday: Greyson G.
“I used to like golf, but I don't like it anymore, because it takes too much patience and I don't have patience.”
Throwback Thursday: Santie C.
“It’s definitely changed [from seventh] how I react to certain things like getting major projects or having lot lots of homework, and definitely how to handle stress more. In fifth grade I was more focus on sports but now that I’m in middle school I have to focus more on my school work.”
Throwback Thursday: Jared W.
7th grader Jared Wang explains how he thinks his schedule is more satisfying from last year. “I am more satisfied with my schedule this year because I did not enjoy reading last year and there is no reading this year. It is mixed in with ELA.” “I think my 8th grade year will be different from my 7th because i will have to eat lunch a lot later. I am already hungry by B lunch so C will be eve...
Throwback Thursday: Will C.
"Well, I like how I draw the faces of my characters. Sometimes it doesn’t go out as planned, but then sometimes it works out really well.”
Throwback Thursday: Will H.
“The biggest difference for me [in middle school] is the amount of independence you get because I can go to my locker and classes without a teacher following me. I would prefer Gorzycki more [than my elementary school] because every 45 minutes you get to move around for 5 minutes instead of sitting for 7 hours.”
Throwback Thursday: Sydney R.
"My career dream have changed since 6th grade. When I was in 6th grade I wanted to be a chemist but now that I have been introduced to theater I want to be an actress or singer when I grow up. I like theater because I can be someone else for a little bit. You can have fun being a different character and expressing how that character acts."
Throwback Thursday: Kate S.
" I needed a way to cope with leaving everything behind when I moved to Gorzycki in 7th grade from a school with not as good of an art program, so I started focusing more on my art and was able to perfect my cartoony drawing style." ...
Throwback Thursday: Caitlin M
“In 5th grade I tried to get bangs so I cut a big chunk of my hair off!"
Throwback Thursday: Zoha R.
“I would tell myself not to cut my hair and also I would change my clothes and my outfits.”
Throwback Thursday: Lucy E.
“I haven't really changed since elementary, but middle school is very different and exciting at the same time”.
Throwback Thursday: Kaitlin Z.
“My favorite TV show as a kid was the Wiggles. I’m kind of depressed they broke up, and I think they should create a new group called the Waggles. My favorite song was “Fruit Salad”, but I don’t know how I remembered all this.”
Throwback Thursday: Claire P.
“My biggest style change from elementary school to middle school was that I started wearing more popular brands like Kendra Scott and Vineyard Vines. I felt like I needed to be more dressy because I was going to a whole new school.” ...
Throwback Thursday: Melissa Prepster
“My most memorable past teaching moment was probably the election in 2000, because of the confusion with the tie. Each day, some new news would come out about it, and we’d have discussions in class about who we thought was going to win. It was a great teaching moment, and all very fun for the students.” ...
Throwback Thursday: Jackson V.
“My personality has become more mature since the start of middle school, and especially starting 8th grade. Although I am more serious about my classes, I still have a huge sense of humor and I love to play sports such as baseball and football. Throughout my Gorzycki years, my style has changed a little bit. In 6th grade, I dressed in khakis and t-shirts, but due to the dress code change, I was...
Throwback Thursday: Aubrey P.
“Zip lining in the Swiss Alps three years ago is my favorite memory. I enjoyed it because before I was afraid of heights and thought that I couldn’t do it, but the rush it gave me made me want to do it again.”
Throwback Thursday: Wesley W.
“I would tell my past self to fully commit to the team. When I was younger I hated practice, and I saw it as a chore. I disliked practice because it was hard and I saw little improvement, and I had no motivation. Finally, I have learned to commit and put in a lot of effort. Even now I would still have joined the team knowing what I now know.Swimming is my passion, and at times it has been hard, ...
Throwback Thursday: Mia F.
“I would say my biggest personality change from 6th grade to now is I am a lot more able to work with people I don’t know and I am a lot more presistant. If I could go back to 6th grade I would go the extra mile and push myself more. I wish I would have put more effort into my work.”...
Throwback Thursday: Kacey S.
“My biggest appearance change was my hair because, it was light brown and now it is blond. I never bleached my hair it was sun kissed.”
Throwback Thursday: Laine S.
“The grade I would erase from my mind, if I could, would be sixth grade because I wore big t-shirts and jeans every day with thin rectangular glasses. I basically looked like a man child.”...
Throwback Thursday: Robbie L.
"Graduating out of 5th grade, I thought that I was cool, and then when I came into middle school, I realized that I was still just a little kid. At school don’t do anything stupid and don’t get yourself in trouble because it really matters. Take care of your schoolwork because now, colleges get to see what you are doing and how well you are doing it.”
Throwback Thursday: Jana I.
“The biggest thing I regret is cutting my hair. I cut it really short, like I cut off six inches because my aunt told me it would look good. It didn’t.” ...