Top 10 social-emotionally appropriate activities for tutorial

September 9, 2019 — by Jeffrey Ma and Brandon Wang
  1. Just learn it. No explanation required. 

  2. Read the Falcon.  Yes, we’re that shameless.

  3. Watch a movie. “They may take our [tutorials], but they’ll never take our freedom!”

  4. Eat. Mrs. Garcia possibly has food in her room. 

  5. Chat with your teachers. Hopefully at least one of your teachers doesn’t hate you by senior year.

  6. Use the restroom. There isn’t really enough time to “do business” during the 10-minute passing period,  right? 

  7. Sleep. If you were already doing it first period, why stop?

  8. Eulogize old tutorial. “It is better to have loved and lost / than to never have loved at all.”

  9. Cry. As an activity, it’s clearly both social and emotional. 

       10. Play Smash Bros. No wonder the Student Center is so popular these days.

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