A day in the life of a sixth grader

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A day in the life of a sixth grader

Sage Ellsbury, Feature

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Do you remember being a sixth grader? Are you a sixth grader right now? Sixth grade is the students first year in middle school. You leave elementary and get used to the way of the middle school.

Grady McCarten, grade 6, likes the sports that the middle school has, and that he can talk to his friends at lunch. He has a schedule that on Tuesday and Thursday, he wakes up at 5:30 and goes to work out with Trey Smith, 6th grader, and Trey Schroeder, 7th grader. He goes back to his house and then gets picked up to go to school at 7:15. He goes to his classes (in order) P.E, Science, Art, Lunch, Social Studies, Math, Spanish, and then Language Arts. At lunch, he talks to his friends and eats (obviously) at lunch recess he plays basketball with his friends. After school, he goes to Sunset Elementary School and plays basketball, if the 8th graders aren’t playing. Then he goes to his basketball practice. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays he doesn’t work out or have basketball practice so he gets time to relax. On Wednesdays, he goes to a church youth group with some friends like Ty Peterson, 7th grader.

Quinn Ellsbury, 6th grader, likes the freedom the middle school has to offer, but he doesn’t like how much homework it has. His schedule goes, he wakes up in the morning and eats breakfast, brushes his teeth and gets on clothes for school. After that, he packs his lunch and lets out his chickens( his favorite animal ). He arrives at school and goes to his classes ( in order) Art, P.E, Social Studies, Lunch, Science, Math, Stem, and Language Arts. After school, he goes to homework club and then he goes home. He plays with his chickens and all his animals. Then he hangs out with his family and goes home. On Wednesdays, he goes to church youth group with his friends.

Bliss Bonner, grade 6, likes that the middle school has a long lunch and recess, but she doesn’t like the short amount of time to get from class to class. Her schedule makes up of getting woken up by her dogs, she gets dressed and eats a nutritious breakfast. She feeds her dogs and goes into a carpool with people that live near her. Then her classes (in order) go- Science, P.E., Social Studies, Lunch, Math, Choir, Gate, and Language Arts. At lunch, she talks to her friends and goes to recess and plays four-square. After school, she either goes home or to her mom’s store downtown. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, she does yoga for an hour. She goes home, eats and goes to bed.