The GW Cell
If you are wondering what a cell is, well you came to the right place. A cell is a living organism which contains organelles that have these jobs. For example, the brain would act like the Nucleus in the cell. Also, the intestines are like the lysosomes and many other things. So many objects in the GW middle school have almost every single organelle in a cell.
First, there are many organelles in a cell but the major one is the Nucleus. It’s the brain of the cell and directs the cell activities. It is placed right in the middle of the Cell. Mr. Leonard, our principal is the nucleus of the school. He runs the school and keeps it working. He’s the one who makes up the schedules and paperwork for the teachers. Mr. Leonard has an office the is in the main hallway which is shown to everyone in the school just like the Nucleus. Without him, the school would not function as properly.
Also, the lysosomes are our clean-up crew of the cell. They can also break down large food molecules to smaller bits and passes it down to the Mitochondria to make energy. Mr. Georges is one of the custodians who cleans up the school. He has others that help him. The school would not last if we had only one custodian. Also, if he forgets to place trash bags in the bins, everything would be corrupted and smelly. The trash would pile up and end up stuck in the trash bins and the stench would build up.
In fact, the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell. At the GW school, lunch and gym is considered as the mitochondria because it gives energy to the students. Lunch is a big deal during the school day. without it, the students would lack energy. On the other hand, gym would also help the students stay active. These two important periods in school help the students stay awake.
In addition, the vacuole is the storage tank for the cell. It stores the...