This summer, we ushered in the graduation season, this June represents the end of our three years of junior high school life.
In the past three years, we have changed from the most unfamiliar face to the familiar classmates, from no one knows who, to the brothers and sisters, from no one knows each other to the present, we can't part. That year, we sat in the same classroom together, bustled into the campus, and talked about the differences between junior high school life and primary school. We are going to be curious about this After three years of Campus - Wendi No.2 Middle School.
I think of the class teachers who just received us. They are so kind and strict. They have brought us back from the edge of laziness. They have given us valuable knowledge, taught us how to be human, taught us how to do things, and reminded us that under the humorous teaching of the teachers in the classroom, we have come to the present, thought of our chatting and laughing between classes, and thought of discussing in the dormitory Our future, our vision for the future, these little things, in a blink of an eye, are put to an end.
Gradually, we became familiar with each other, became good friends who talked about everything, became a gang of bad friends who didn't learn well all day long, especially the mischievous spirit who caused trouble to the head teacher, and became a learning aid who worked hard to learn. In the second middle school, looking back, the campus also played our every move in the past three years, which became our most precious memory.
Think of our participation in the activities organized by the school, all of us strive for good honor to help our class, that year, we stood on the honor platform of the school, that year, we performed incisively and vividly in the new year's Day party, brought the happy laughter under the platform, that year, the campus, because we have changed more exciting, and these, gradually has fallen the curtain call.
In the past, I always thought that I could graduate quickly, but now I hope that time can go slowly, so that we can get along with each other a little more, and we are reluctant to leave each other. When I think of that we are going to leave the campus where we have been together for three years, leaving each other, there will always be an impulse to cry.
This difference. I don't know when I can meet you. Maybe I don't have the chance to meet you.
This June, we are going to say goodbye to the students who get along with each other day and night, to our most beloved teachers, to our greatest class teachers, to the campus full of memories, and we are going to go our separate ways.
This year, we graduated. Class 104 will always exist. Let's tell you that we are an eternal class. Let's shout out. In June, we graduated!