Thursday, February 04, 2010

Aloha Friday #13 School

Aloha Friday
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Question of the day:
When you were a kid how did you get to school? If you have kids how do they get to school?

A: Usually we lived close enough that I walked to school but in 7th grade I did have to ride the bus. And of course once I got my license in High School I drove to school.
Princess rode the bus to school last year and this year we are close enough to walk!

Mrs. Marine



  1. K-3rd I walked to school. 4th-12th I took the bus. My kids took the bus, but now drive.

  2. I always had a car pool so I rarely had to walk. It seemed like a far walk so I'm glad I didn't have to do it much!

  3. I used to walk or take the bus

    my daughter gets a ride from the neighbor or us

  4. in elementary i was walking cause we used to live close to my school.. and later on i took the buss!
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  5. When living in Ohio and Kentucky it was the bus. In New York I walked.
    My daughter is taking the bus to school. when she can't talked her father into driving her,lol.
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  6. We walked... up hill both ways... in the snow... knee deep...
    okay maybe not in the snow...
    Once in a while - on rainy or bad weather days - we'd get a ride.
    I took the bus in 6th grade.
    In high school we walked - we lived one mile from the high school... walkers could walk up to 2 miles...
    My children are 20 miles from their high school... they drive themselves and before they could drive, they took the bus.

  7. HAHAHA-lovin ladybug crossing's answer!

    I MOSTLY rode the bus. Mom took me some years.

  8. We walked back in the day. Of course, where I live now they don't believe in neighborhood schools.

    Have a great Friday!

  9. I use to walk to school and then when I got to high school I either took the bus, got a ride or drove.

  10. grade school I could walk
    middle school the dreaded bus ride
    high school walk, get a ride and then later drove

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  12. I walked to school all the way up until 8th grade when they had just built a huge Middle School to take all the kids in the area because there were just too many for the local grammar schools. Then in high school I was only able to drive if I had to work after school, so I got two part time jobs so I worked every day! :-)
    My kids walked all through grammar school until their dad and I got divorced and I moved out of district, so I drove them on my days and they walked on their dad's days. They took the bus for middle and high school (or got a ride in HS) on their dad's days and I drove them on my days. I couldn't wait until it was over. :-)


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