School of Life

Synopsis: History teacher "Stormin'" Norman Warner is held with great reverence at Fallbrook Middle School, he voted Teacher of the Year by its student body forty-three years in a row. His son, current Biology teacher Matt Warner, does not hold that same reverence by the students, who view him as a stick in the mud. After Norman's passing, Matt, who received a few words of wisdom from his father before he died and who has always felt in his father's shadow, nonetheless feels the burden of keeping the Warner winning streak of Teacher of the Year alive. His task is made all the more difficult of the hiring of Michael D'Angelo, a Fallbrook alumnus, as its new History teacher. Quickly given the catchy moniker "Mr. D" by all at the school, Michael captures the imagination not only of the students but of all the other teachers, that is except Matt, who uses all his energies to discredit Mr. D and his methods. All Matt's efforts fall flat on his face, which places his son, Dylan Warner, a grade 8 stude
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
Director(s): William Dear
Production: Gynormous Pictures
111 min











this is albert middle school my name is duly not a student here my grandfather

teaches you my father teaches here

talk about pressure next year my graduation expect me to be valedictorian

get one of those inspirational speeches like the ones to discipline take English

tour met already killed some of us these have been our companions their faces

severe directly heads informed and lab partners teammates and car pools shared

reluctantly so now we are moving on what will be an equally treacherous road with

nothing to look for it too except for the inevitable alienation from the cool

people who if there is any justice in this cruel world will be waiting on a

sunday in our local restaurants assuming we have enough money to pay for meals

after spending our hard-earned wages on therapy so with this let us step within

the high school

good luck that's my grandfather my dad seemed like the norm and not to be a day

that would change our lives forever

that was a little bit of sunshine

you're welcome this is very inappropriate ready when you just relax

I think we ought to take a moment to feel inspired by the words our

valedictorian Susie Jessa imagine Howard self-appointed to mcs for us to take

over thought they were opening in vegas we are here to present student elected

teacher of the year award this year's award comes as no surprise to any of us

I mean he's been at the school since elected president

you can forget all those legendary stories like when he was caught like a

studio quarters with that is that instructor hundred McGillicutty that was

very she was a big baddies Tommy how to get the most out of the seventh grade

even if it takes me a couple years ways and gentlemen is our unless an honor to

present for the 43rd consecutive year student I can be sure that your award to

mr. started not in water

well after so many years I don't know what to say anymore

mainly because at my age I have forgotten most of the English language

there is one thing that even old age can take away and that is the gift of

teaching the miracles that we see every day in the eyes of those who open their

minds to the world of knowledge miracles can happen

if you let them take it back with a Break let him breathe

somebody get a doctor yet about their 911 right it's okay down here I'm here

I'm here

it takes less than death kilogram had come down right where with my trophy

somebody get into trouble

here it is mr. Chilton Matt it don't die on me but don't die

I don't understand take take your shot shotgun and what shot that Dad


I still wonder what it would have been like to be the thing that's his mom and

I were spread a better memory

the worst part of not being there is the feeling that you could have helped in

some way maybe even changed the outcome

I'll always remember what grandma used to say life is tiny so don't ever miss

the opportunity to spread your wings the summer but times like this i wonder if

maybe a little set best life sucks and then you die

thank you that really helps

ok ok it

and Linda laughing grams

I made a decision that they no matter how old i got I'd stop by see bringing

flowers chocolate covered coffee beans he loved so we know I remembered how

important he was to me good

hi just like this guy was doing for someone he cared about


it didn't take me long to realize that when it came to pay tribute to gramps I

better be prepared to stand in line

any still awake currently you okay

exchangeable in French class

I know your work when I'm sorry i was looking forward to that too

yeah not teacher 11 pentagrams well you know i'll be there

I mean if you need me yeah but your biology key so it's just different

all I know you're not

Stormin Norman let me tell you something kiddo a Warner has won Teacher of the

Year at fallbrook for 43 years

yeah but that was grams well here's a little secret number 44 is gonna be a

warrior to you just watch and see

and that's not important you bet it's important i'll get some sleep okay get


I'm already in the room you just can't see me I'm gonna shadow and convince my

parents didn't even though we got the paper

come on our religious why I just a dream

alright this is my ear I am relaxed and my eyes are open with my lunch

no it's not just testing can be great thanks

hey great kiddo you're all set not like honey

ok ready for a new school year you got everything to me this morning everyone

morning kids the morning probably one of the most amazing things I learned from

again was how to make myself invisible a great day huh

it's gonna be a great year see I'm gone vanished

what are you doing nothing just stretching

ok kiddo let's see who goes first call it the coin toss was my idea

yes no you don't have been hanging with your dad get like that

hey who needs luck this is my year especially at your school


the first day of the new school year is always awkward people know people you

don't know the ones you only dream about chase them i was way too shy even look

at her but hey there's my dad's lucky day

why not lined to right

Ron one chance I had and I blown it big-time right i doing

let me tell you something more impressive woman when you all its gonna

make a lot of funk you know like this stop got it really works at hey with

women are no guarantees but i can tell you this one for me and I fall for a lot

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