Why don't yall let people in 5th grade do more stuff?


Will Carington, works for Noodle

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I don't have first-hand experience with Cedar Hill Elementary, but I would say that if you don't feel challenged by your classes or if you'd like to see additional activities offered at your school, you should address these concerns with your teacher, your guidance counselor, or your principal. Wanting to get the most out of school is a good thing, and I think if you present your desire to do more stuff in a positive way, a teacher or administrator should be happy to help you. Also, rest assured that as you get older – in middle school, in high school, and eventually in college – your opportunities to learn and do more will only increase, so hang in there!

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