A question about your school days, elementary, high school, and college: Good times? Bad times? A mix of both?Small schools? Large schools? Did size matter? Were some years more enjoyable, more memorable than others?Your teachers? How many did you have? Do you remember their names? Did you have a favorite? What made your favorite(s) special?"Teach Me Something, Mister" is a follow-up to "Throw Me Something, Mister" but quite different. "Throw Me…" is fiction. "Teach Me…" is real! The stories were sent to the author from teachers and friends recalling their school life. They are mostly fun; regret and sadness in a few. It's not all good, no matter how much we would like it to be.The stories are about teachers, students and school secretaries, cooks and custodians, parents and principals. They will remind you of your school days, and hopefully prompt a few thanksgivings. The author welcomes your shared stories and feedback. Maybe you should write your own school stories, for your family to remember and cherish?The young mother asked her five-year-old "What did you learn in school today?" The kid replied, "I guess not enough. Miss Banks said she'd see me again tomorrow."