My friends at B95 are playing a song written by a West Jones High School teacher about the school’s recent relocation to the old Wal-Mart building in Laurel. It was written by a science teacher and all the proceeds from the sale of the CD (at the new Wal-Mart, oddly enough) benefit the West Jones science department.
Speaking of B95, from Buddy Baron and Allyson Scott come the top five ways West Jones High is different since the relocation to the vacant Wal-Mart building…
5. Seniors greet you at the door.
4. You can have your car’s oil changed while inside flunking geometry.
3. Cafeteria lines are shorter if you choose less than 5 items.
2. When you graduate, it’ll be in a cap and blue smock.
…and the number one way West Jones High is different since the relocation to the vacant Wal-Mart building…
1. If you can prove you got a better grade at another school, they’ll match it!
And now, this commercial message from West Mart High, home of the Mustangs and low prices.