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The bell rings and you rush to your
locker, dump your books in, check
yourself in the mirror, and hope that
you get the right materials for your
next period class. -
For most students this is an ordinary
routine. For others their lockers are a
home away from home. They hang up
posters, pictures and put up shelves as
if it were their bedroom.
Sophomores discover that their
lockers are full of books. Juniors find
that theirs are a little less full than last
year. As for Seniors, if they have three
books, that is three books too many.
To students of all classifications, a
locker can be a way to reflect one's
own personality and make their school
life a little more
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Having a bottom locker can often be a big
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