Hmm hmmm this is really hard. I've done many things that was Heroic. Last year A girl in my class had special needs..kinda. And nobody could really eat lunch with her cause she eats in a different room. So me and my friends went into that room and ate lunch with her!
Last year i went and did the same thing as summer i saw that a kid in my class was sitting alone and come to think of it i also did that to someone in our class this year!
Last year in my 5th Grade class there was a boy with a disability who didn’t have many friends. This is similar to the story “Wonder” because the main character has challenges, too. He didn’t have as many friends either, after his best friend moved when he was seven.
Every day the boy in my school usually had about two people who ate lunch with him. He didn’t eat in the cafeteria for a variety of reasons. I was one of those people who had lunch with him almost every Friday. It was usually a group of us four boys who ate with him on Fridays. On those days we ate with him, and we wanted him to feel special. In this situation I sat with him.
I think that the most heroic thing that I have ever done in school was in 2nd grade. It was actually almost the exact same thing as what Summer did with August. There was a kid with autism who had just moved into my town. nobody was hanging out with him so I spent my recesses with him. I don't know if he told his parents about me, but one day my teacher thanked me for hanging out with him.
Then he moved to Maine.
well i couldnt think of the exact situation but there have been a bunch of times where someone is being mean to someone and i said something to make the bully stop
I think the most heroic act that I have ever made in school is trying to be myself. The way that I always try to help others and be myself is by trying to put a smile on peoples faces. I try to do that in many ways. I like to use jokes and being goofy mainly but there is more behind me. I try to be polite, respectful, and as kind as I can be. i try to do this to all people around me.
I think that the most heroic act that I have made in a school setting was in fourth grade. My friends and I would play this big game of tag. There was this one girl who really was not my friend but she always played with us so I would try to tag her, because no one would. I just wanted her feel she was in the game. We became really good friends and I am glad I went out of the group and did something different than everybody else.
Well to me it was with Michael. you know the one in after school sports? Ok so when I was picking teams I picked my friend Jack then my next pick Was him, Michael. Then when we where playing dodge ball he was on my team but the teachers picked the teams sooo... I would have probably picked him anyway but I would give him a ball a lot. B.T.W. This was in after school sports if you couldn't tell. So yay. :)
Well, probably doing the same thing that Summer did! Like sitting with people at lunch when they are alone and playing with people at recess when they have no one to play with!
The most heroic act that I have ever made in school was when I was in 5th grade and there was another kid who was out at recess and I forgot who she was, but she was alone so I went over and played with her.
In fifth grade, I saw a girl that was sitting all alone at a round table. I asked my friends if I should invite her over to sit with us. Most of my friends said,"We already have seven people, eight would be too much." I decided to ignore them, and I went to go sit with her. She was actually a very joyful and kind person. When I complained about something, she always thought of the bright side. We actually turned out to be very good friends, and we hung out during the summertime. I think this is a very heroic act because I made friends with a wonderful girl that I thought would be a lot different.
Mr. Christopher A. Bunel6th Grade TeacherThompson Brook SchoolAvon, CT 06001