A lot of us remember when we were young and we saw that first "back to school" commercial during the summer break.
The last thing you wanted to do was think about homework again, but times are changing and so are local school schedules.
Cameron Schools were the first in the Ohio Valley to switch to what officials called a modified school year.
Students go to class throughout the year, but still get six weeks off in the summer.
Teachers and faculty tell WTRF.com they're already seeing an improvement.
Assistant Superintendent Simms Wayne Simms told WTRF.com, "we're seeing fewer absences, behavior problems, and better test scores."
The six week vacation is almost up and students in Cameron will be headed back to their classrooms on August 1.