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Back to back B-days for students on Tuesday and Wednesday

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Christina Huang
Students will remain in their second period classes for advisory for the remainder of the school year.

Tuesday was a B day, but Wednesday’s afternoon schedule is also a B-day, as juniors will take the SAT for the first half of the day and freshmen, sophomores and seniors have late arrival.

For social studies teacher Scott Li, having a double B-day can create some chaos. 

“I think the students and the teachers are already used to everything just being on [an] ABAB schedule, and by switching up the scheduling y’all might not know too much on the student side, but on the teacher side things can get messed up because on our calendars we always make sure to have A day come first, and then we would have to redo everything for our calendars otherwise and it’s not the biggest deal but it is a pain,” Li said.

But for some students such as senior Ara Seyi-Adeymo, it’s a good thing.

“I actually love the double B just because I think B days are like the easiest and most fun days just based on my classes and I like my classes that day so I’m fine with doing it twice,” Adeyemo said. “A lot of the time when the schedule gets messed up, having one day ahead of the other kind of messes up the rest of the week or month because we can start to get really behind, so doubling is really helpful and I think it benefits the teachers as well.”

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Nidhi Thomas
Nidhi Thomas, Staff Reporter/Interactive Media Editor
Nidhi Thomas is a sophomore, and this will be her second year writing for Wingspan. She's super excited to officially be a member of the team and write a variety of stories this year. Outside of school, she enjoys playing the piano, experimenting with her creative writing, and ranting to her journal about her apparently "very interesting life."
Contact Nidhi: nidhi.thomas.829@k12.friscoisd.org
Christina Huang
Christina Huang, Staff Reporter/Interactive Media Editor
Christina Huang is a sophomore in her first year officially with Wingspan. She enjoys reading, writing, playing the piano and viola, and finding/creating wallpapers for her phone which she will likely never use. She’s looking forward to the opportunity to better her writing and find the good in scorned books this year through her book blog: Every Book Has a Silver Lining. Contact Christina: christina.huang.862@k12.friscoisd.org

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