Call Forest Park Middle School in Springfield, Massachusetts, on Thursday. See what they say.

School staff are instructed to answer with its current name: Tom Brady Middle School. For Sept. 10 only, the school renamed itself after the man Principal Tom Mazza calls "the greatest American ever born."

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Brady will play Thursday in the Patriots' season opener against the Steelers in Foxborough after the judge threw out the league's four-game, Deflategate suspension last week.

"They wanted to do something creative and fun," Mazza says, as students met with him about the potential name change.

The school held a morning assembly to introduce the temporary name. Students arrived in red, white and blue -- many in Brady jerseys -- and chanted the name of their hero. A flag football game was scheduled for the afternoon.

On Sept. 3, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker declared it "Tom Brady Day" while appearing in Springfield. So much for the home of the Basketball Hall of Fame being a hoops town.

On Friday, Tom Brady Middle School plans on returning to normalcy and its previous name.

Thursday's class schedule consists of spying, deflating and mocking Roger Goodell (jokes, people).

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