Walker Eyles: An #NDNSatHOME Story

Halee Rhoades, NDN Press

Walker Eyles is a 7th grade student at Groves Middle School. During normal school days he is involved in basketball, band, and art. This is his #NDNSatHOME story.

Walker Eyles
Walker Eyles is a 7th grade student at Groves Middle School.

Q: How do you keep yourself busy at home?
A: Playing XBox with friends remotely and playing with my animals.

Q: What is something fun you’ve done this week?
A: Camping out in the yard last night.

Q: What is one thing you’ve wanted to do this week?
A: Just hang out with my friends in real life.

Q: How do you like the online assignments? Are they easy or hard?
A: They aren’t too bad, but it isn’t like being in class. So far everything has been pretty easy.

Q: What is one thing you miss from school? Why?
A: My friends, because we all have to be away from each other because of ‘social distancing.’

Q: How do you feel about no more toilet paper in the stores?
A: It makes it feel like the apocalypse.

Q: What’s the most interesting thing you’ve seen or heard throughout this experience?
A: That people are running out of toilet paper in stores because people are panicking. The first rule is: ‘Don’t Panic!’

If you’d like to tell us your #NDNSatHOME story, send an email to: [email protected] and we’ll send you a list of questions. Be prepared to send us a photo of yourself.