Question Of The Month: Severna Park Elementary School


Each month, the Severna Park Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Mrs. Hayes’ class at Severna Park Elementary School answered the question:

Now that you’re headed to middle school, what advice do you have for students beginning their time at Severna Park Elementary?

Never give up, even if things get hard, don’t give up! All of the teachers and subs are so nice, so I think you will love it at SPES!

Abby F.

SPES is fun and has really good teachers. Kindergarten is fun and exciting.

Addie D.

Be nice to everyone and don’t give up. Try your best and good will come. You will learn to love school!

Ashley M.

Use your brain, and you will do it.

August O.

You may think it’s going to be hard, but once you go on you will realize it’s easy.

Axel C.

It’s not scary at all, and the teachers are super kind as well as the kids.

Carly K.

Try your hardest. Believe you are going to do great this year. Have fun; the teachers are nice. Good luck.

Cassie B.

Try to be smart and follow the rules. Make good friend choices.

Charlie P.

Try your best and it will pay off, and don’t get into drama!

Charlotte P.

Don’t try to fit in. Be yourself.

Christine L.

Just enjoy it! There will be ups and downs, but you have to get through them.

Dheeraj T.

School in fifth grade may be hard, but that is how it teaches you.

Grayson B.

School gets harder and harder the higher the grades go. Listen to the teachers, and you will do great!

Guy M.

All of the teachers are amazing, so don’t be scared. You will love SPES.

Isabelle Q.

Have a great time, because fifth grade is fun but doesn’t last long!

Jake P.

Be kind. Also work hard, and if you don’t understand something, ask for help. You’ll do great!

Kennedy W.

Even if it gets hard, persevere and be yourself! Don’t let people push you around; even if they’re friends, remember you don’t need to change to fit in. You are and always will be amazing!

Madeline B

School gets harder the older you get.

Mia L.

Don’t use fidgets because all of the teachers don’t like them. Don’t call out and be disciplined and you should be good.

Nate B.

Be friendly to new kids and always follow the rules. Be kind.

Susanna W.

Have a big lunch and breakfast so that you don’t starve. Also, persevere because there are lots of challenges.

Vivian G.

If you’re having trouble on things, if you listen to your teachers, it will really help out. And make friends to support you because fifth grade is the beginning of a tough road. Good luck!

Zoe Z.


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