Interview with an Office Aid Student

Interview with an Office Aid Student

Charlotte Blackmon, Reporter

The following article is an interview with Lyla Boretz (8), an office aid student at Canyon Vista Middle School.

Q: What do you think about Office Aid?

A: There’s lots of walking involved. It’s good exercise. You should quit Athletics and come to Office Aid.

Q: Where do you walk to?

A: Classes

Q: What’s your favorite class that you’ve walked to?

A: I don’t know. I don’t know anyone in the classes I walk to, so…

Q: If you could choose a class to walk to, what class would you choose to walk to?

A: Newsmedia

Q: Would you say that Office Aid is an easy class?

A: It depends on the period you get it, because if you get it in the morning then you’re not that busy, because parents want to check their kids out as late as possible. So seventh and eighth period always get all the kids leaving class, so there’s lots of running and delivering packages.

Q: What sorts of things do you get grades for?

A: According to Home Access, it’s participation I think – I don’t even know what it’s called. Responsibility or something.

Q: Who teaches Office Aid?

A: No one really teaches it, but Ms. Palmer and Ms. Reilly tell us what to do.

Q: Would you recommend Office Aid to other students?

A: Yes. Join us. It’s very fun.

Q: Thank you for your time.

A: You’re welcome!

You heard it here first, folks. Lyla Boretz recommends Office Aid, and she, being an Office Aid student, knows firsthand what the class is like. No need to worry about grades as long as you participate, and hey, maybe you’ll end up being sent to your favorite class. Whether you’re a choir, theatre, orchestra, band, or art — Office Aid may just be the class for you.