I have to share this story...It's funny but what a crazy day. Second grade planned a field trip to see this awesome musical performance. I highly recommend this man. Billy Jonas..look him up! A second grade teacher was sick and couldn't find a sub. We split her class up between the rest of us and our head count was up by a lot! Then we were supposed to leave at 9:00 reach our destination at 10:00 have a bathroom break and early lunch and tour the place. We had to be in our seats for the show by 11:15. We're waiting for the bus drivers to show up and turns out one forgot us....1 hour behind schedule. No problem. We'll leave at 10, get there at 11 have a snack on the bus and then be seated. We would arrive at back at school at 1:30 and the kids would have a late lunch. All goes as planned. UNTIL....our bus drivers come to pick us up when the arm at a railroad crossing comes down on top of her bus and breaks off. Thankfully the kids were not in the bus! Then we had to wait for the police to come out and file a report. So at this point the kids are starving and we had their lunches with us so we made the decision to feed them while they were sitting on the bus. Amazingly enough...no spills or issues. We were driving down the interstate with 20 minutes to spare when we hit traffic...not slow moving but a stand still...OUCH! Just as we were deciding if we should call parents to pick up their kids or not it started moving! We roll back into school at 2:35 (which is when buses normally leave the parking lot for dismissal) Book it back to our rooms grab their stuff and miraculously everyone gets home! Teaching definatly keeps you on your toes!