I wound up just stopping in my middle of reviewing and just talking to the students about cherry blossom viewing. I asked them if they thought americans did anything like that and most of them were correct in saying no, no one does that in America.
That class wasn't the worst of it though. The next class I had was the 2nd graders and we were reviewing really really simple stuff and no one was participating. I asked one student a simple question like "what sports do you like?" and he basically said I have no idea what the fuck you are talking about in Japanese. The kid was unbelievable rude. I was just completely turned off from the entire class. I kind of gave up and just waited for the class to end.
At the end of the day my head hurt and I just wanted to go out and take some photos like I normally do. One of my students from that high school road past me on his bike and I said konnichiwa to him and he didn't even respond. It was the cherry on top for a shitty day.
It is not like I live in a big cool city. I went out of my way to learn a language and move to another country and no one at that high school seems to care or appreciate that. It really brings me down.
On the other hand outside of school when I got out school one of the high school students who works at the local convenient store was really sweet to me and I think she could tell I was having a really shitty day.