Man on the Street: What were you doing when you learned about 9/11?

As the country marks the 12th anniversary of September 11th, The Post asks students what they were doing on that day.

Kayla Landsparger, sophomore:

“I was in elementary school, I don’t remember exactly what class I was in, but we were in the middle of a lesson and an announcement came on for the teachers to turn on the TV to let us know what was going on.”

Omar Salen, freshman:

“I was in 1st grade, I don’t remember it too much. I do remember the evening though. I went to my grandparents’ house and watched it on the TV. I really didn’t know what was going on.”

Devon Meadows ‘Malfoy’, captain of the rugby team:

“I was in my 4th grade class and I had no idea what was going on,”

Aamina Bashir, freshman:

“I was living in Canada at the time. I didn’t even hear about it until two years after it happened. It was upsetting, I wasn’t even aware of it.”

Navkiran Singh, junior:

“I was in 3rd grade math class. I heard about it, and it was really shocking and scary. We called our parents, and they picked us up from school early.”

Jonathan Lacoursiere, freshman:

“I was in kindergarten and my mom picked me up from school. I didn’t really know what was going on.”

Connie Guthrie, senior:

“I was driving my son to school, I heard it on the radio.”

Frank Prano, senior:

“I was in elementary music school at the time. They pulled us all out of class to watch the TV, and it unfolded from there.”

Mark Dorsey, freshman:

“Sitting in 1st grade. The teacher came in and turned on the TV, and we saw the planes hit and listened to the newscast.”