We have buses all over the place in the mornings before school and when school gets out. Some kids who live here go to the school about 15 miles away, and some kids who live there, choose to go to school here.Hi Murph. A homemade barometer sounds pretty cool. What's it made out of?
Most of the Varsity games are Friday nights under the lights but there's 2-3 Saturday games as well. If the teams made play-offs then the games are always Saturday or Sunday's.
Do you have any idea how many kids attend your local high school? Do kids from a couple different towns all go to the same school?<quoted text>
The highway that is just one house east of me, divides the school districts. That meant, back in the old days, my kids, who lived 3 blocks from the grade school would have to spend 30 to 40 minutes on a bus Unless, I wrote a letter every year, making a case for my kids to be allowed to attend the school 3 blocks from our house.
People who wanted their kids to attend the school 15 miles away, also had to petition the school to let their kids in. A few years ago there was a big ruckus because someone complained about a bus picking up kids from "Our" school district. Now, it is more relaxed, I think. When my now 16 year-old gs wanted to attend the school 15 miles away, I don't think they had any trouble getting him in. I am not sure how many are in the high school here. I have a freshman and a sophomore in the school, and a junior in the one 15 miles away.
The homemade barometer is a clear wine carafe filled with water and a clear, old fashioned long-neck pop bottle positioned on top. It is amazing to me how high the barometer went yesterday and how far it has fallen today. I had always heard that when the barometer was falling was when pain was worse. My cousin maintains that it doesn't matter whether it is up or down, it is when it is moving that the pain is worse. It moved about 2 inches just while she was here yesterday. It fell dropped this morning and has stayed down all day.