September, of course, means back to school for many. I always remember my first day of my first year of high school (grade nine and no, that was NOT 1953, snork). I was pretty nervous. Principal looks very no nonsense, administrative type don't you think?
I had made clothes for the year (or at least embellished a few things as I recall) that summer to be ready. I am sure the Lunch Ladies were prepared for us too - obviously resting up before all the young hooligans descend on them.
Our cheerleaders were not quite as prim and proper as these ones - but I remember driving by the high school and seeing them practice out front in late August. Even remember one of their chants "Let's go rocka rocka and a cha cha cha" how funny.
And just like this high school, we a had a very young and quite nice music teacher....and a plethora of science, math and geography teachers I never understood (ESPECIALLY math).
I don't remember a safety patrol - I'm a little concerned there are no boys on this one! But I am sure these young ladies are well prepared.
Then there were the clubs - I think I would have liked to join this one - very progressive I would say! Though no one is wearing safety glasses...and I can't see being in the workshop with my frock on can you?
My retro calendar spread for this month is ready to be filled. Enjoy. Jewels