My Father’s Early School Days

My Father’s Early School Days

This blog info was taken for my entry date July 5, 1982.

My dad told me that he used to walk 5 miles to school.
He got up at about 5am. There were 5 blacks in school.
There was about 20 people in all.

The teacher eat a lot, made them work, read out loud.
My father mentioned that the teacher had a ball “of hair” on her head.

They had to bring their own lunch, if your didn’t, you wouldn’t to eat.
The school was from 8 am to 3 pm.
Some thoughts:
I can’t recall which school my dad said he went too.
There were only 5 blacks in this class…
This was well before desegregation.

Thanks for reading.


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2 Responses to My Father’s Early School Days

  1. Humor_Me_Now says:

    Things have changed. (or have they?) Schools are integrated. There must be no problem with meals based on news reports of obesity.

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