Lockers By Jackson Bates

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Lockers are sort of like people, it’s not what’s on the outside but what’s on the inside that counts. Dictionary.com defines a locker as a chest, drawer, compartment, closet, or the like, that may be locked, especially one at a gymnasium, school, etc. for storage and safekeeping of clothing and valuables. Most of the people that use lockers are students, military personal, and hospital staff. I use my locker to store all of my notebooks and make sure I don’t lose anything.

The outside of my locker is the same as everyone else’s and the only thing different is my locker number. My locker number is number 110. My locker is a tan color and is made of metal. My locker is 59 ½ inches tall and is 9 inches wide. The door is 57 ½ inches tall and 7 inches wide. The door has five grooves on both the top and bottom of the door. The locker itself is made by Republic Storage System but the lock is made by Master Lock. My locker is directly in front of the 8th grade entrance and my locker neighbor is Vishayla.

The inside of my locker however, is very different from everybody else’s locker. I have five cubbies, as I like to call them. It has one shelf on the top which I use to put my jacket in. I use two of the cubbies to store binders and notebooks. The last two cubbies are reserved for my lunchbox and my backpack. Usually my locker gets really messy but this year it hast been that bad. There are still many papers around but not as much as last year. I have 4 binders and 4 notebooks. My Civics Notebook, Math Binder, and English Binder are on the 2nd cubby. My Science Binder and 3 extra notebooks are on the 3rd cubby.

Lockers are just like people, it doesn’t matter what’s on the outside it matters what’s on the inside. My locker is just like other people’s lockers. Same height, width, made of out of the same stuff, and the same color. However my locker is different from the rest because of what’s on the inside. There’s no locker that’s just like mine.

 

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Lockers By Jackson Bates