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Malia Miller and Beth Robertson use their valuable time to complete home-work and
review notes in the library. Throughout the day, the library is occupied by students
using books and reference materials, and by those students wishing to study in a quiet
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A Typical Day On The Kempsville
rom 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, Sep-
tember through June, approximately two thousand
"Chiefs" reside at Kempsville High School. Although each KHS
student is different, many follow similar daily routines. The typi-
cal day begins with the mass arrival of the students. Those who
have parking stickers drive, while those who do not either walk or
ride the bus. From 7:30 a.m. to 7:54 a.m., most students socialize
in the corridors while a few stay in the library or their first bell
class to complete unfinished homework and study for tests. At
7:55 a.m. the bell rings signalling the official start of the school
day. English, math, science, and social studies are among the
many classes attended by most students despite class rank. Of
course these classes are taught on various levels depending on
the student's class rank and past achievement. The foreign lan-
guage and business classes offered at KHS are also popular stops
for the students throughout the day. One place which almost
every student visits at one point during his daily routine is the
cafeteria. The time at which a student has lunch depends on the
location of his fifth bell class. Because they have fulfilled scholas-
tic requirements or have jobs, many KHS students are released
early. The majority, though, must stay for six bells. At 2:00 p.m.
the final bell rings, and the students depart. Those students in-
volved in clubs and athletics, however, must remain for meetings
The typical day may sound somewhat monotonous and dull,
but this is not so. Because every "Chief" is individualistic, each
day is colored with his unique, personal touch. Close friends and
memorable moments also serve to transform a typical day into
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Senior Scott Clark wakes the student body with another cheery greeting,
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