Some schools distribute supply lists before the year begins, so you can come stocked up on pencils, folders, and whatever else you'll be needing.
Once you've covered the basics, you might tuck an extra few dollars in your backpack for an emergency (like forgetting your lunch money).
You might already know a lot of kids in your classes on the first day.
But it's a great day to make a new friend, so try to say hello to kids you know and new ones that you don't.
If you wear a uniform, you might wear a favorite watch, a new hair band, or a piece of jewelry to show your personal style.
It can make you feel good to be prepared and have all the supplies you need.
Luckily, these "new" worries only stick around for a little while. Most teachers kick off the school year by introducing themselves and talking about all the stuff you'll be doing that year.
Some teachers give students a chance to tell something about themselves to the rest of the class.
At first, it's a good idea to write down where your seat is in your notebook so you don't forget.
Seeing friends you haven't seen in a while can make the first day a good one.