A Raider’s day in the life

Reagan students, Soso Bongweni and Maddie Cohen share what a day in their life during online school looks like.

Emma Rose Olsen and Reilly Calvert, A&E and Features Editor, Rooster Reporter

Soso Bongweni (10th grade)-

7:30 AM – Soso wakes up to the sound of his alarm clock

7:35 AM – Brushes his teeth and hops in the shower 

7:50 AM – Gets dressed for the school day 

8:00 AM – Eats breakfast 

8:30 AM – Logs onto Canvas and prepares to attend class through Zoom

8:55-9:50 AM – Attends 1st period, Civics and Economics 

9:55-10:20 AM – Works on asynchronous work for 1st period

10:25-11:20 AM – Attends 2nd period, Band

11:25-11:50 AM – Asynchronous work for 2nd period 

11:50 AM -12:45 PM – Takes a break to eat lunch 

12:45-1:40 PM – Attends 3rd period, Math 3

1:45-2:10 PM – Asynchronous work for 3rd period

2:15-3:10 PM – Attends 4th period, English 2 

3:15-3:40 PM – Asynchronous for 4th period english

3:45-4:15 PM – Work on any work he needs to catch up on

 “I like that the lunch time is longer and asynchronous time gives us a break from the Zoom call, but we switched to Canvas which is more confusing than PowerSchool and Zoom can act up some days,” said Soso Bongweni.

Maddie Cohen (12th grade)-

7:00 AM – Maddie wakes up in the morning and gets out of bed

7:15 AM – Maddie makes and eats her breakfast

7:30 AM – She washes her face, brushes her teeth, and gets dressed

7:50 AM – Logs onto Canvas and prepares to attend class through Zoom

8:00-8:50 AM – Attends 1st period, AP Microeconomics

8:50: 9:15 AM – Has a break to do her first period homework

9:15-10:00 AM – Attends 2nd period, AP Chemistry

10:05-11:40 AM – Attends 3rd period, AP Calculus

11:40 AM-2:15 PM – Has a free period so she does her 2nd and 3rd period homework

2:15-3:10 PM – Attends AP Literature for 4th period back at Reagan

3:10-4:00 PM – She does her homework

4:30 PM – Finishes additional homework and/or studying

“I like having longer breaks built into my day, but I don’t like not being able to show my paper to my teacher so I can directly ask them questions,” said Maddie Cohen.