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Sackett, Sydney

Inuktitut, 2004, Issue 94, p.6,8

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  • Author: Sackett, Sydney
  • Description: Starting kindergarten is the first step in a series of terrifying rites of passage young people experience. The school is enormous. Suddenly, after being one of the "big kids" at daycare, you're the smallest, and the older students seem so much smarter - and scary too, in some cases. It seems like you'll never catch up, but you do, and you follow classmates through the years, feeling quite at home, until you've reached the second rite of passage; graduation, and the process starts again - once again you're the smallest and youngest, and now the older students are practically adults. In most of Canada, the graduating high school classes are adults. The answer to all of the above questions is, yes. Eventually. There are friends you'll always keep in touch with, and some you'll grow apart from gradually, but they'll be replaced with new friends with whom you have more in common.
  • Is Part Of: Inuktitut, 2004, Issue 94, p.6,8
  • Identifier: ISSN: 00209872
  • Subjects: Canada ; Graduations & Commencements ; School to Work Transition ; Canada
  • Language: English
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