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This 13-year-old girl had problems overcoming shyness at school and that was before her school forced her into isolation.
Keeley Skov has to wear achilles tendon supports and orthotic insoles as she suffers from achilles tendonitis which causes her chronic pain.
The supports don’t fit into standard school shoes, and so Keeley wears a pair of black and white trainers to school.
No his name isn’t Adolf Hitler, James Holmes or Andres Brevhic, but it is still a threat to the schools security.
Three-and-a-half year old Hunter Spanjer, who is deaf, signs his name by crossing his forefinger and index finger and moving his hand up and down.
To his family, friends and those who know the Signing Exact English (S.E.E.) language that the Grand Island, Neb., boy uses, that gesture uniquely means “Hunter Spanjer.”
For some reason, valedictorians are held to a higher standard of morals and now this student is regretting swaying an inch from the moral code.
During her graduation speech at Prague High School in May, Kaitlin dropped an innocuous H-bomb, and the school wants her to apologize, KFOR-TV reported.
“Her quote was, when she first started school she wanted to be a nurse, then a veterinarian and now that she was getting closer to graduation people would ask her ‘what do you want to do?’” Kaitlin’s father David explained. “And she said, ‘How the hell do I know? I’ve changed my mind so many times.”
How far are you willing to go to get the grade you want? A C+ may be considered average, but average isn’t far below good enough for this student.
[Bowen] Bethards, in a lawsuit filed with his mother, Laureen, in Contra Costa County Superior Court last month, claims that he has suffered severe physical and emotional suffering, damage to his academic reputation, and diminished chances of getting into his college of choice because of the grade.