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Student Blog: A Day in the Life of Taya Senn '17
Posted 02/16/2017 07:44AM

A Day in the Life of Taya Senn '17

Today I had a great day at Mercy.

I woke up and put on my comfy senior sweatshirt, then got to school by 7:40 so that I could hang out and talk with my friends before class. Every morning, we sit in the same spot in the hallway and catch up with each other before we start our days.

For first block, I went to AP Government and Politics with Mr. Napper, who I've had for three years in a row now. I really enjoy the class, because we get to connect what we learn about the government to what's currently happening in U.S. politics.

Next I had my study period in the Learning Commons. Mr. Boyd, the librarian, had some order out forms already printed out, which was really nice. He always has everything you need, whether it's an envelope or a ponytail. I filled out the order out form so that I can have Penn Station brought to me this Friday at my senior class meeting. Every month we have a class meeting that gets catered. Last month we had Canes. Anyways, at prep I sat at a table with some friends and listened to my headphones while I got some homework done.

Next was lunch, where I had my favorite Mercy meal. I had broccoli cheese soup in a bread bowl, which, if you ask me, is way better than Panera's. Every day at lunch I sit with my friends Bailey and Katie. Lunches are always filled with laughs and good music playing on the cafeteria speakers. Occasionally, our favorite Taylor Swift song called "All Too Well" will come on and we can't help but scream it at the top of our lungs, which tends to draw a lot of attention to our lunch table.

I headed to AP Art after lunch with my favorite teacher, Mrs. Belvoix. Some of my AP art pieces are hanging up right outside the Learning Commons, which is pretty cool because everyone sees them when they walk to study hall.

After art is World Religions. We have a few presentations left to go still, because everyone in class researched a Hindu god or goddess. We all dressed up as our chosen god and presented as if we were the gods themselves, which was really interesting and fun.

After school I headed to my Peer Leaders meeting. We just got done with National Drug Facts Week. All of the Peer Leaders gathered research about the dangers of drugs, and we designed posters that got printed out and hung up all around the school.

Today I had a great day at Mercy.

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