Happy Friday! I remember way back when that school always started the day after Labor Day; however, in many places school started this week. So let’s kick off back-to-school Friday with a little school related humor.
I would do my math homework, but I’ve already got my own problems.
Why did the boy eat his homework? Because his teacher said it was a piece of cake.
What did the dog say to his classmate? “Can I copy your homework, I ate mine.”
When Chuck Norris was in middle school, his English teacher assigned an essay: “What is courage?” He received an A+ for turning in a blank page with only his name at the top.
Teacher: ‘Johnny, you know you can’t sleep in my class.’ Johnny: ‘I know. But maybe if you were just a little quieter, I could.’
On the first day of school, a mother went in to wake up her son. “Wake up, son. It’s time to go to for the first day back at school!”
“But why, Mom? I don’t want to go.”
“Give me two reasons why you don’t want to go.”
“Well, firstly, the kids all hate me, and secondly, the teachers all hate me, too!”
“Oh, that’s no reason not to go to school. Come on now and get ready.”
“Give me one good reason why I should go to school.”
“Well, you are the principal!”
Hot off the press back-to-school best sellers!
“Walking To School The First Day Back” by Misty Bus
“The Day The Car Pool Forgot Me” by I. Rhoda Bike
“Can’t See The Chalkboard” by Sidney N. Backrow
“What I Dislike About Returning To School” by Mona Lott
“Making It Through The First Week Of School” by Gladys Saturday
“Is Life Over When Summer Ends?” by Midas Wellbee
Thought for the Week
“I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.” ~ Mark Twain
Leonard: Is the building in the photo a school you once attended?
This is the front of the elementary school I attended. I lived behind it.
Thanks, and I should have asked this in my first post: Is the school still there? I ask because Lancaster is in the process of destroying and rebuilding nearly all of the schools.
It was torn down a few years ago, the high school I went to has been torn down as well. I must be old!
Nope. You’re not old yet.
The truth is that we live in a destroy-and-rebuild society, especially when the money is coming from taxpayers.
The maxim of “Use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without” was long done away with.