Back to School

Another summer has come and gone.  For those of you headed back into the classroom, here’s some helpful advice from some country music stars:

1. Avoid social stereotypes.

The girl in the bleachers might be your dream girl…


…and overlooking that guy with the guitar can come back and haunt you.


2.  Always finish your reading assignments.

Especially if you’re gonna write about what you read.


3. Math Class is important, too.

4. Sometimes passing notes can be a good thing.


5. Work hard, but keep your worries in check.

It’ll all work out in the end…


…as long as you stay in school.



  1. Leeann,

    People start school in the beginning of August in some states. They get out in Late May. It’s weird but many schools in the Nashville area are examples of this.

  2. Yeah, all the schools in this part of Indiana started around the 15th. Which is still very weird to me, coming from New Hampshire.

  3. In the Northern county of Maine, where I grew up, the high schools start in the middle of August (which I thought was early) so that they could let out for three weeks in October for teens to work the potato harvest. They still do it today.

  4. A good song about school is Bobbie Ann Mason by the washed up country star (aka Has Been) Rick Trevino. Check it out its a fun song and I bet Mark “D” Sanders wrote it.

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