In Eric Church’s song, Stick That In Your Country Song, he talks about everything wrong in America. There are so many things that are good about this school and I have a lot of good things I could say about Madison Jr. High, but I have to say that there are things that I would like to see change. So, if I wrote my country song about Madison Jr. High, I would talk about what is good, and then what I want to change.
First, there are so many things that are good and that I love about this school. For example, the principals are amazing. They are nice and always trying to make you laugh and smile. There are so many great teachers like Mr. Downs, Mr. Becraft, and Mrs. Lankford. These and many more are great and fun teachers. There are also several electives that you can choose from. You could go from woodworking to band or art to P.E. So, as I have said there are great things about this school.
But, on the other hand, there are things that I could change. Just as there are good teachers, there are also bad teachers. In my opinion, some teachers are just boring and for how I learn, that's not good because I learn by doing and interacting with people. So, if the teacher is just talking and talking and not being interactive with their students then they aren’t teaching me well. Then there is almost no chance to learn for me.
Another thing is that the first lunch is way too early. If lunch is too early then you're hungry and you will not be able to focus during your last three classes. So, if you combine the two lunches in a better time like 1:00 or just move the time of both lunches like 12:30 to 1 and 1:30 to 2 then no one is hungry during your last classes.
That's what I would put in my MJHS country song. So as I said I love it here but, some things could be better. That’s how I see Madison Jr. High School and I know everyone has their opinion but this is just what I think. That’s my Madison Jr. High School “Stick That In Your Country Song” song.