Let's go to where it all starts. This is the principle's office, where our principle decides and directs for our school. The principle is like the nucleus of a cell, which gives orders to the other organelles so they know what to do.
The nucleus works together with all the other organelles to help the cell perform it's many functions. It does this my directing everything so that they can all do their job.
This is the "front desk". This is where people who come in and out of the school go to check in. This is reminiscent to the cell membrane, which controls what comes in and out of the cell.
The cell lets in and out materials that are either needed or not needed. This is how it fulfills it's job in the cell's processes. It can even open up to let the offspring cell out during cellular reproduction.
This is where the students go to get their food, which is made by the lunch staff. This represents the chloroplast, which makes food for the cell, helping it energize itself.
Chloroplast helps make food for the cell, which helps it during the cellular processes. The chloroplast works together with all of the other organelles to help the cell carry them out.
The restroom is where people go to get rid of their waste. The lysosome is very similar to this, as it processes waste for the cell and sends a vacuole to take it out the cell.
The lysosome gets rid of all the old materials and organelles for the cell. This helps the cell be able to make more of those materials and organelles.
This is where students go to eat their lunch, which gives them energy to continue with their day. This is similar to the mitochondria, which makes energy using glucose.
The mitochondria makes energy for the cell, which the cell needs to carry out all of it's processes. This is how it woks with the other organelles.
The building represents the cell wall, which gives the cell structure. The cell is represented by all of the people and things related to the school, as it is a whole system.
The cell wall protects the cell and gives it structure, so that the cell can carry out all of it's processes safely.