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K-12 School Will Get 2 Days Off If Alabama Plays In National Championship
John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports
If Alabama beats Ohio State in their College Football Playoff semifinal game in New Orleans on January 1st, Tuscaloosa Academy, a private, pre-kindergarten through 12th grade “college preparatory school”, will close its doors for two days...

I can hear these kids high-fiving as we as we speak.
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its not a public school they can take 5 days off if they want. STFU and stop complaining
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Selective outrage considering the number of days BR and Nola area schools miss for the various special holidays celebrated. A week off for Mardi Gras but how dare a school delay the start of Spring semester for 2 whole days since that can't possibly be made up. Tuscaloosa Academy in particular is a better school than 95% of the high schools in Louisiana so trust that they know what they're doing at TA.
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"If this happened in BR, it would suddenly be okay."

But it wouldn't.
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who cares? my grad school at auburn delayed the start of classes last year due to the BCSNCG a couple days. not like the days cant be made up
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This is one of the most Alabama things I have ever witnessed. Are they worried someone will blow up the school if Alabama loses?
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Sounds like a majority of the school administration has tix to the NC game. Forget education.
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If this happened in BR, it would suddenly be okay.

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And another sidewalker is born
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TA girls are sexy, slutty, bitches.
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Whatever, educating Alabama's youth ain't that important anyways.
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The headmaster of the tuscaloosa school should probably spend more time in school so he can learn to spell CHAMPIONSHIP correctly.

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It seems Alabama is well on its way to supplanting Mississippi as the dumbest state in the union.
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even at kindergarten, too much bama in 'em
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WOW
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SECdragonmaster, it does seem to send a poor message about the importance of an education, but if the shoe fits...
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It is Alabama, they dont go to school as it is...
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This will certainly not help our national image of a state that only cares about football.
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