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A Day in the Life

A Day in the Life

Watch this student-produced video

Below is a view into the typical day of some of our students (more coming soon).  The following are true examples, but fictional students.  Please call or email our Office Manager for more details about what your child would experience as a student at LKNC. 

Middle School

Hi, my name is Albert. I am in sixth grade at LKNC.  I'm going to walk you through what a typical day looks like for me. My mom usually drops me off about 7:45 just outside the auditorium. Then, I walk upstairs to my locker to drop off my books and get my textbooks and supplies for my first class. After this, I continue to Mr. Nally's classroom - where my homeroom is. In homeroom, Mr. Nally reads the morning announcements, then my classmates and I say the three pledges (Pledge of Allegiance, Christian Pledge, and Bible Pledge). Next, I have Bible. Mr. Nally teaches this, too. I have four classes before lunch - Bible, History, English, and Science.  At 11:45, I go to my locker and head downstairs to the cafeteria for lunch. Lunch is available to buy through WT Cafe - a company that provides hot lunches for schools around the area.  I like their food a lot, but I bring food from home a couple of times a week too. After lunch, my classmates and I often get to to go outside to play basketball for a few minutes until class starts again. After lunch I have three more classes. First is Math, then elective classes. I was allowed to pick some of my electives, and since the Principal approved my choices, I'm taking them!  They are Discovery Science (my all time favorite), Art, and Study Hall.  We all have to take Spanish and P.E. too.  I learn a lot in Spanish class. I didn't like it at first because it's hard, but I changed my mind half-way through the year.  At 3:00, the final bell rings, and I go to my locker to pack my homework for the night. Last but not least, I head downstairs with my friends to the cafeteria and wait for my mom to pick me up in the afternoon car line.