In Da Club, Middle School Style

Every time I think I couldn’t love my old home town more than I already do, they go and one up themselves.  The kids at New West Charter School got clubbin’ over the weekend with their middle school spring dance.  No big, right?  Yeah, except for the fact that New West went all A-Lister on that bitch.

Apparently the school decided to set up a VIP room for the kids that wanted to pay extra.  Now I wasn’t there to bear witness, but from what I heard, the VIP room was pretty hoppin’.  I’m guessing they had Martinelli’s bottle service and those kids were makin’ it rain, yo!  Well, makin’ it hail anyway, with Chuck E. Cheese tokens showering down.  No confirmation as to whether or not the school set up go-go cages and stripper poles.

Now there are some people griping about this, saying that it’s wrong to set this sort of thing up.  I’m not one of them.  Middle school is the perfect time for kids to learn about the haves and the have nots.  If you’ve got the scrilla, the world is yours, yo!  If you’ve got the means, get on the list and velvet rope those sad sacks.

So if you feel the need to contact the school, just remember the old saying – don’t hate the playa, hate the game.  Word.

In honor of the visionaries that run New West, I’m spinnin’ a little Flo Rida.  I don’t know about you, but I wish my kids went to that school.   They teach the 3 R’s and throw in some hard knocks to boot.

Big ups to Pico Blvd, yo!

Almost forgot to give a shout out to BellaNoise for breaking the story.

Posted in Teachable Moments.

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