A group of elected student officials who actually have no bearing on how a school is run. Though don't tell them that. See also Schools, Unnecessary.
Installed in every church and school in 2012, but often forgotten within the first year of use. See also Schools, Unnecessary.
Require spending half the class waiting for them to load. See also Computers, Schools.
Fear of numbers. "Uh, teacher can I sit in the hallway for math?" See also Numbers, Schools.
For children. Inside a metal lunch box. Didn't matter if it was Barbie, Hong Kong Fooey, or Hot Wheels; the Thermos bottle had a glass lining. The lining would last approximately two days, if it didn't in fact break on the way to school. I remember actually pursing my lips and actually drinking my milk through the glass. It took the lunchbox people around eight years or so figure out that it was a bad idea. See also 70's, Children, Schools.
As in, "What's up, Homeschool?" An excellent insult because it covers so many insult-related topics: nerdiness, out of touch, undereducated, etc. The list is endless. See also Schools.
See also Schools.
Part cafeteria, part auditoriumcome for the mystery meat, stay for the fifth period assembly. See also Food, Schools.