What are the best or worst memories that you have of your school life? What are the best or worst memories that you have of your school life?
What are the best or worst memories that you have of your school life? Your comment and name will be published in the print... What are the best or worst memories that you have of your school life?

What are the best or worst memories that you have of your school life?

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  • Nisha Sangeeth

    Sunday, September 10, 2017 #1 Author

    The best memory I have in school days is being a bearer of informing the good news to my class…Yeyyy!!! Its a free peried 🙂 the scream and jumping around that follows my information is the highlight. That free period is the time for gossiping and opening our lunch box and sharing it before the lunch period .

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  • Namita Suri

    Sunday, September 10, 2017 #2 Author

    Best memory is the way mom used to make tiffin for me making sure to add all my favourite stuff in an innovative way…

    Worst memory is getting punishment from maths teacher to kneel down for the entire period for not doing homework 😛

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  • Lisbella Sebastian

    Sunday, September 10, 2017 #3 Author

    Best Memory was always being able to sit next to my best friend until our teacher made it better by shifting us across the two sides of the classroom.
    We actually felt closer when we were further apart because of the small chits of paper we passed around the whole class to communicate 🙂

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  • Sadaf Rehan

    Monday, September 11, 2017 #4 Author

    Best memory is me and my friends eating snacks during lectures when it was strictly not allowed.
    Worst memory is doing holiday homework in vacation time which we all use to hate doing.

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  • Gerardo III Carrillo

    Tuesday, September 12, 2017 #5 Author

    In elementary, best memories were of my teacher crushes some of whom were just fresh out of college and school lunches in the cafeteria (big boys didn’t bring lunch boxes anymore). Being the lead singer in a high school band in an all-boy’s catholic school. We secretly jammed to new wave (this was the late 80s punk rock/new wave era) in between practices of church songs. First time to sing in front of a crowd belting out “Boys don’t cry”. Winning a gold medal for an essay in my junior high school year besting my batch’s valedictorian and salutatorian. Writing for the school paper in college.

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