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Stuyvesant PTC Night By Tiffany Chen This was my last PTC, so I was pretty sad. However, I was also really excited because this was the first time I was a floor leader. I had to check everyone in and out on my floor. I also got a walkie-talkie, which made me feel special. On Thursday, I volunteered with my friend and a junior in my Calc class for my French teacher. I was happy to get him because I could talk to him about the French trip I would be taking with him that weekend. It was also relatively chill to have him; he didn’t have as many parents visiting him as some of the other teachers. I talked to the other volunteers with me the whole time, and even got to know my friend’s mom (we had a deep philosophical talk about free will). I also saw a guard dog, and I thought the guard dog was super cute. (I couldn’t say his name though because he was on duty.) My friend and I bought a bunch of smoothies and Japanese snacks and shared them, which was super nice. On Friday, I volunteered for Mr. Chew with a freshman. It was nice to meet him because he’s taking some of the classes I took three years ago. I also got really hungry, so I bought a bunch of hotdogs and chips. I got sad because the Wellness Council lowered the cost of their smoothies (which meant I wasted $3!), but I had fun nonetheless. Every time, I had to sign people in on my computer and sign them out by walking around the floor. I felt like I had responsibility this time around. I felt special and needed (especially with my walkie-talkie!). I’m still very sad that this was my last PTCs. I had a lot (like I do whenever I volunteer).

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