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First day at a new school
The first thing I did was to try and find (out) where my (class)room was, so I asked ["to" desnecessário] an employee, who kindly [gramática e colocação] pointed the way. Inside the room were ["there" pode ser omitido quando iniciamos a frase com um adjunto adverbial] a few boys talking to each other. I checked with them whether I was in the right place. As a shy boy, I didn't interact with them much (though) [estilo]. I just went to the back of the room and sat on a chair ["in" é normalmente reservado a poltronas]. At that moment [estilo e variedade], other students started to come / walk into the room [to get in = resultado do ato de entrar / to come in = processo de entrar em si] and some of them tried to talk to me / strike up a conversation [expressão opcional para evitar repetição de "me"]. First, a girl introduced herself to me [desnecessário] and told me that she had already seen me somewhere else / elsewhere [fraseado opcional - "at another place", como já sugerido, não está errado]. Actually, I had already seen her too. Next, a couple of boys tried to talk to me / get to know me (better) [o verbo "know", sozinho, sempre indica um estado, mas não um processo], but [ler nota] I was too shy to talk to them. During the classes both the students and the teachers were nice. Also, the classes were great / very good [colocação]. So, despite my shyness [ler nota], it was a good first day.
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