A few days before school actually started my boys actually started to get their supplies ready. I would never have done that. In fact, I didn't get any of my supplies until the same day my semester started. I even had one more week than the kids. They were not happy at all that I took their pictures, but I had to have some sort of proof that they know how to organize :)
August 20th was Taylor's first day of 9th grade, his Freshman year. He totally had "swag"
He did wonderful on his first day. He only got lost once. T tried to tell me that he was 30 minutes late for his science class. Really? I finally got him to admit that it was probably more like 5 minutes. You need to know that this High School is about half the size of my High School. With that said, I still think 5 minutes is a little exaggerated.
Since their school is on a block schedule and they attend half their classes on one day and then the other half on the next day. He had 2 first days. Total torture...it's moments like this that can bring small pleasures into a parents life. Anyway, his second day went much better.
August 20th was Kelton's first day of his Junior year. I can't believe he only has 2 years left of high school. These are the moments that can make a parent notice their age.
He did wonderful! His second day was better because his girlfriend Amanda was in 2 of his classes that day and they have lunch together. Priorities :)
August 20th was also the first day of school for my truck. Kelton now has his licence and I finally gave in and added him to our insurance. OUCH!! He gets to drive them to school any day that he doesn't have swimming. When he has swimming he has to be at school by 6:30 am to catch the bus that takes him to Tooele where the swimming pool is. Life in a small town.
I am very happy that both my boys had a good first day of school and that my truck came home without a scratch. A very successful day!!