Texas School Asks Public for Help with New Name. It Was a VERY Bad Idea…

Texas School Asks Public for Help with New Name. It Was a VERY Bad Idea…

Kids can be the most precious and lovable beings in existence…they can also be the WORST! In this case, they are more towards the gooey middle with their responses to this question.


Remember in middle school when the principal put that ‘Suggestion Box’ outside her office so 12-year-olds could give their input on how adults should do their jobs? And after a whole 3 days it was gone, never to be seen again, because you took the liberty of drawing a cock and balls and dropping it in the box and then blaming it on snot-nosed Billy with the gingivitis and the perpetual bacon collar.

This happened in every school in America. Which highlights the lesson: never, under any circumstance, ask the public’s advice on things when they are allowed to answer anonymously. Well, you could ask them, but you’ll end up with the results a Texas middle school just got.

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The Austin Independent School District has decided to rename Robert E. Lee Elementary in a divisive move that angered many (Lee was arguably the greatest general in American history but committed treason by withdrawing from the Army and taking up arms in a rebellion against the United States). But that’s neither here nor there.

District officials asked the public to chime in online at what they believed the new name change should be. Things went poorly. So gloriously poorly.


Let it be known that when people are asked their opinions on a platform where everyone can be totally anonymous, one should always expect a clown fest to ensue. I for one am leaning towards a ‘Schoolie Mcschoolface’… now that would be the greatest elementary school in all the land!

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