This is what the life of a middle school Patriot is like.
I need belts IDs and a collar people!
Phone line/ lunch detention
Mrs. Joan lets us know what is going to happen.
In the morning, the kids separate boys and girls and go into two different sides of the lobby/gym. In the middle is the phone line and the lunch detention line. On each line on either side, teachers check for belts, IDs, and collars. Then they go into the gym.
When the girls and boys walk into the gym, the girls are on the left and the boys are on the right side. The 7th and 8th graders sit in the bleachers, while the 6th graders sit on the floor.
And that is what a day in the Patriot life is like! Gooooo Patriots!!
At lunch, depending on the day, 6th or 7th graders go into the highschool cafeteria, and the other grade goes underneath the pavilion. They eat lunch and then they go into the gym until lunch is over.
At the end of the day,the students go around the highschool and they walk on the sidewalk until they get to their bus and go on it to get home.
Mrs. Joan ends it with a proud statement and her fancy saying "gooooo Patriots!"