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Every year for the last 43 years, Norman Warner, fondly called Stormin' Norman, has won the award. During the ceremony, he collapses and dies, saying "Take Your shots" and "It takes more than death to kill a man", greatly confusing his son, Matt Warner.
The burden of carrying the legacy falls Schhol life Matt, who has always lived in the shadow of his father. Determined to keep the family tradition of being Teacher of the Year alive, Matt focuses all his attention and efforts in winning the coveted title. But the new history teacher, Michael D'Angelo becomes the new student favorite, telling Matt's son to "Fall with a thunk for a woman" when he accidentally trips while watching Chase Witherspoon.
He is called, even by fellow and senior teachers, "Mr. Young and funny, with Schhol life methods of teaching and an uncanny ability to connect with his students, Mr. Now obsessed with discrediting Mr. D, Monsour soon forgets what it means to be a teacher. Desperate to find a flaw in "Mr Perfect", Matt follows Mr.
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D stops coming to teach because of his worsening illness, the students become depressed by the situation. Matt steps in to cheer up the student's spirits and leads the basketball team to a victory, with a special guest appearance with 30 seconds left in the game by Mr.
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