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Change is hard but is often for the best. You made friends in your old neighborhood, and you’ll make friends again. Be warm and open, and chances are your new classmates will do the same. Is there another new kid in class? Find out. And sign up for chorus or newspaper or band. Don’t tell stories about how your old school was way cooler or how you used to make fun of this school. As for keeping old friends, you can! Phone, write, e-mail and plan visits.
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