Sorry that I haven't updated in a while.
A couple weeks ago I subbed for a music teacher. I had classes ranging from 4th grade all the way to high school concert band.
It was supposed to be an easy day. Classes either consisted of videos or study hall. The down side was that a school play was being performed right next to the band room during the class period I was supposed to show a movie. By "right next to," what I mean is, the band room shared a wall with the stage; a removable wall designed so that it could be opened up, making the band room part of the stage. The wall was closed, but it was by no means sound proof. Luckily, this class was only 6 kids because the seniors had already left for the year. We watched the movie very quietly.
The concert band study hall was a joke, there were 60 kids and every single one of them swore up and down that they didn't have homework.
I did overhear something fun during the 7th grade band study hall. It made me both laugh and die a little all at the same time. If you don't know anything about the history of computers or video games, you probably won't understand why it's funny.
7th Grade Boy: Oregon Settlers was one of the first games ever made. It was on the first computer, called the "Lisa," made by Microsoft. At first it was all text until later they made graphics. Eventually they put it on iPod and stuff.
And, before I forget, I've been accepted to teach summer school again this year at the same school as last year.