The school library is a place where students go to hang out, do homework, check out a book, read, or print things out. It might be the essay they forgot to print at home. It might be information for a research. It might be a picture they found on google images. Or a 3D piece for their 3D printing challenge.
Everyone has gone through the cafeteria line more than a few times in their high school career. You grab your tray, utensils and napkins, decide whether you want a water, milk, or a gatorade. Then you scoot through the line picking and choosing the foods you want and thanking the kind lunchlady who grabbed you your extra enchilada. You choose your seat in the patio, regular eating area or if you’re a senior the senior dining hall. You look down at your tray looking to see where you should start, then you realize “hey, why are my oranges yellow?”
ASL. It stands for American Sign Language, for some people, it’s just signed language, a couple of words, a language they don’t understand, something only deaf people have to learn, or just a bunch of hand motions. For others it’s their culture, it’s how they communicate with others that understand the language.