So, I’m sort of waiting for the news that this story is a hoax, but it’s too good not to post anyway.
Apparently, a group of eighth graders at a school on Staten Island got into a big food fight, but that’s not what has everyone steamed up.
What everyone is excited about is the letter written by an administrator that went home after the fact. (Sorry, I know the letter is a little hard to read.)
Not only does does the letter generally not make much sense (in the first paragraph, everyone is being punished, in the last paragraph, each case will be reviewed individually), but the spelling is absolutely atrocious.
For example, unexcecpable for unacceptable, activates for activities, form for from, misbehaver for misbehavior, and caferteria for cafeteria. Also, apparently even the name of the principal has a typo (DellaRocca instead of Della Rocca).
According to FOX News, “I’d be worried that somebody was educating my son that doesn’t know how to spell,” Lucy Farfan-Narcisse, a parent whose child attends the school, told WCBS-TV. “That would be a great concern.”
Um, yeah, that would be a concern.
Thanks to David for this little tidbit.