Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Summer Is Over and School Has Begun!

In some areas of the country, the beginning of school is nothing more than a distant thought. August provides opportunities for the last hoorays of the summer, just before a September school start date. In Middle Tennessee, August marks the end of the summer and the beginning of the new school year, so WELCOME BACK, students!

Yesterday marked the first day of school for Wilson County students. My son, Hunter, made the band this year, so he's already been at school since July 19, practicing in the horrible heat we've experienced. Wednesday the 4th is the first day for Rutherford County students. It's an abbreviated day and the first full day is Monday the 9th. Thursday, August 12th is an abbreviated first day for students in Davidson County, and their first full day is the 16th. And Thursday, August 12th is the first day for Williamson County students.

Interestingly, summers are getting shorter and shorter. It seems like time flies by, with no break in it's rapid pace. If you haven't had a chance to take your family on vacation this summer, there's always Labor Day weekend, just a month away. Maybe you can head to a local spot such as Huntsville, Alabama to take in the NASA Space Center. Or maybe Hot Springs, Arkansas may be beckoning you there. And then there are always the short day trips to the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, or Fall Creek Falls, not far from Cookeville.

Whatever your schedule, whether you have kids or not, it's time to gear up for the next year again .... so enjoy ...

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