How to prepare for winter weather in high school

Staff writer: Jaie Ewing

As October fades out and the temperature starts to fall almost as fast as my GPA it’s time to take note of how to prepare for this upcoming winter. Some things to consider are t bundle up! Missing school because you caught a cold might sound like fun and games but while you were watching “stranger things” on Netflix when you come back you have now: six papers due, five projects, four tests, three quizzes, you missed two fights, and a partridge in a pear tree fell on some dude’s car. Staying warm this winter will ensure you stay healthy and in class, so you don’t miss any important information like mitochondria which is the powerhouse of the cell, just remember nine times outta ten you don’t use your locker anyway so get ready to lug around that 20-pound overcoat that your mom bought you last Christmas. Also, be ready for the overwhelmingly bipolar temperatures inside the school building. The temperature from room to room varies almost as much as the Philadelphia 76ers inconsistent game averages, you might freeze to death in one class and nearly pass out from heat exhaustion in another. Another way to stay warm on these chilly winter days would be to stop by Starbucks on the way to school just be ready to fight off a horde of high school girls to get it! Even your local McDonalds has some $2 coffee if you’re pressed for cash. Of course, if you can’t make it to Bucky’s or your local McDonalds, your even more pressed for cash and your dignity is at rock bottom you could always stop by the school coffee shop open every day during all lunch periods for some refreshing coffee. Then after you choke down the fact you bought a school coffee and your still chilly there are plenty of “people” around that don’t seem to be bothered by the cold who would gladly let you wear their jackets. “This weather is slick nice, and it isn’t even cold out here”, (Sage Carino, freshman). How they do it I’ll never know and from the words of (Summer parietti, senior), “man its cold”. All that being said, be ready for this winter or be prepared to freeze if you aren’t prepared, or don’t I truly don’t care.

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