Look forward to doing what you love to do together, but suggest things that he or she may like as a means of passing the time, such as a great book or project.
Not only will you have a good time sharing your day, but they will also feel better about you being away from them because they know that you are safe and happy.
It’s common to feel nervous, anxious, and maybe a little scared, and chances are good that your parents are dealing with some of the same feelings.
Talk to your peers about the first day of school, and remember that it only comes once. You may remember this day for the rest of your life, but you can usually laugh about separation anxiety later, especially as you start to feel more comfortable about going to school.
First impressions are crucial, and if people think you are a jerk from day one, it can be difficult to overcome.
The first day of school, especially in a new school, is the perfect chance to acclimate yourself to your environment, from learning classroom layout to finding a place to sit at lunch.
If you aren’t familiar with something important, such as the dress code, use the first day of school to talk to other teachers and staff members to become more familiar with what the school expects not only of students, but also of teachers.