It's Noie. Well, the hardest thing to do in school and church is focusing. And if you don't focus enough, some stuff happens. Like getting bad grades and, if you're in my school, signing the discipline log. The reason that I'm telling you all this stuff is because this might help you with school.
FOCUS - that means pay attention to the teacher and any adult (especially teacher but Mom and Dad too if they're eating lunch with you at school or are at church with you).
The reason to listen to them is because adults know what they're talking about. So listen to your parents, teachers, pastor, leaders or another adult. You have to be careful that the adult has authority. Sometimes, it's just a trick. *
* Talk to your parents about adults that do and don't have proper authority! ~~Noelle's Mom
I'm going to give you one rule from a book that I read. It's from the Allie Finkle series by Meg Cabot. "Rule #10: Always focus in school or you'll get bad grades."
The best way to focus is when you have a moment of silence at school. If you don't then you can do it on the bus or in the car. I know your parents will think what you're doing is funny but tell them that Noelle says it's a good idea! When you do that, collect your thoughts and make a list in your head of what you're going to do and how you're going to focus. The best way is to pray.
Well, that's it for me.
I will call them my people, who were not my people; and her beloved, who was not beloved. -Romans 9:25
by Noelle Janae