in the show, this tribute to school lunches of the past features a dancing cook, a dancing principal,
Be Nice Polka: Due to behavior problems, a school brings in a group called the “Welktones” for a motivational assembly. With the “Be Nice Polka,” the Lovely Lemmon Sisters urge students: “If you’re feeling cranky, don’t think twice. Put on your happy face and be nice!” The number includes bubbles and a “wunnerful, wunnerful” message.
I Hope It Snows All Night: A teacher grading papers late at night hears the weather report: Snow. She dances around her bedroom in her pajamas in this parody of “I Could Have Danced All Night.”
Bloodborne Pathogen Ballet: This dance number about modern-day playground duty always brings down the house with its mock-serious tone. Teachers in tutus try to deal with a child's bloody nose, with hilarious results.
Going to the Supermarket: Braless and in cut-off jeans, a teacher dashes into the store for some milk. She is mortified to run into a student with her parents and grandparents, who don’t look impressed.
Living in the District Where My School Is Blues: A divorced, unmarried teacher laments not being able to
Let Me Do My Job!: This blues number is a huge hit with teachers. It begins: