Parents have been rejoicing and teachers too. Why not in this tough economy it's nice just to have a job, and for the most part teachers love their jobs.
Take Mrs. Patterson, she's the science teacher, she goes out of her way; to teach science in a fun way, so what if she acts like she just fell out of the tree. Maybe she did, but that's another story.
She tried to tell the faculty a virus has been recently discovered in Blarney (not sure if that's the real name).
"It turns children into monsters," Mrs. Patterson exclaimed.
"That pretty well sums up most of the students here," Mrs. Monroe said.
Mrs. Patterson frowned. "If you tried making learning interesting like me, you'd see what a difference it could make."
"Fun? School is for leaning, not fun."
Mrs. Patterson face fell for a moment, but an animated grin split her face. "No," she insisted. "It should be fun."
"The government doesn't call for fun just good MEAP numbers."
"Putting more pressure on kids isn't going to help the numbers."
The door slams open and students bob up the hallway toward them.
"Told you so," Mrs. Patterson said.
Just when you thought school wouldn't get any crazier. It just did.
In the old days, you had popular girls, jocks, burnouts, nerds, and cheerleaders, but these days there are Goth kids, mental kids (kids with emotional issues), vampires, werewolves, zombies, and