Nucleus Consists of the nuclear envelope, nucleolus, chromatin, necleoplasm. Office The office maintains the classrooms, teachers, students, and staff just like the nucleus controls how the cell runs its self. Cell membrane The cell membrane is the boundary layer that chemicals pass through the cell. Classrooms The classrooms are like the cell membrane because they are like the inner layer. Cytoplasm The cytoplasm maintains shape, the consistency of the cell, and provides suspension for the organelles. Mortar The cytoplasm is like the mortar because it hold everything in place. Golgi Apparatus The golgi apparatus makes chemicals smaller to work better and stores chemicals. Lunchroom The lunchroom is like the golgi apparatus because it is next to the nucleus. Mitochondria The mitochondria releases energy from their food and is the site of cellular respiration. Locker rooms The locker rooms are like the mitochondria because they are at both end of the cell. Ribosome The ribosome are the site of the protein synthesis. Students The student are like the student because they are all around the rough ER. Rough ER The rough ER transports chemicals between cells. bullies The rough ER is like bullies because bullies push people around and the rough ER pushes chemicals around. Smooth ER The smooth ER provides spacer for the chemicals to move through. Teachers The teacher are like the smooth ER because they keep the chemicals/ students in order. Cell Wall The cell wall provides protection for the cell and provides support. Building He building is like the cell wall because the building provides safety and protection. Chloroplasts The chloroplast is the site of photosynthesis. Guidance Counselor The guidance counselor is like the chloroplast because there is two of them and they help the office keep us happy. Central Vacuole The central vacuole stores and water and various chemicals. Gym The gym is like the central vacuole because it is very big and is our main room.