I read in the Satyabadi High School. I am a student of Class IX.
Students of my Class
Thirty boys and ten girls read with me. All of us are about fourteen years old. Sri Sanatan Sahu is our class monitor. Sri Rajkishore Mohanty is the assistant monitor. Sri Benudhar Jena stands first in our class. Kumari Annapurna Mishra gets the second position.
The name of our class teacher is Mr. Paramananda Paikray. He comes to our class in the first period. He makes the roll-call and marks us present. He forwards our leaves applications. He is a strict man. He teaches us English.
My Classroom is nice one. It is made of brick and mortal. It is whitewashed. The ceiling of it is plain and white. The floor is cemented. The classroom is twenty feet long and sixteen feet board. The breadth of the verandah is eight feet. My classroom is a part of the school building. It is situated at the right end of the school. There are two doors and four windows in my classroom. The planks are blue and varnished. There are nine iron railings in each window. Each window overlooks the school garden.
There are ten long benches for the students to sit on. There are ten long desks for them. There are a table and a chair for the teacher. There is a blackboard hung on the front wall. There is an almirah for the class library. The class routine and the essay-chart are hung on the wall. The walls are decorated with photos and mottoes.
I secure the fourth position in my class. I sit on the front bench at the right corner. I like my classroom.