It all started when I was enrolled in Del Norte Elementary at Hunter Street in 1995. This public school was a place full of patient people. Every time a student misbehaved or committed an error, the situation was analyzed by a teacher and then consequences were put into action depending on how big the issue was. It consisted of lunch detention being the smallest punishment and suspended being the biggest. Since those punishments didn’t exist for me, the thing that I liked the most about elementary was that since we had the same students in the same class for almost 7 hours, we got to know each other very well and treated each other like family to the point that even our mothers got to know each other. Another thing that I liked a lot was that everything seemed to stick to my brain real fast. I didn’t have any trouble at all learning new stuff. This was either because the teacher contributed a lot in teaching us and explaining what we didn’t understand or because of the statistics that state that people learn faster at an early age. The bad side of all this that every single year I had to do a science project and no matter how hard I tried, I never got the first place. The moment I started enjoying school was after 5th grade. That was when I began to take conscious of how life treated people. Everything in elementary went very smooth without problems. I didn’t have to worry about a single thing. It’s a good thing my parents were there for me.