Saturday, November 17, 2007

"excellent"


Thanks to Kat for this. I'm pretty sure I don't want my kids at an "excellent" school...

sorry for slow posts. Busy with conference.

14 comments:

voggutta said...

Hahahaha. Definitely avoiding this school district.

Movie Maven said...

How did I not know of this blog's existence prior to today? This is wonderful.

louey said...

HAHA I LOVE THIS SITE.

Brandon Dilbeck said...

Oh, this one gets two thumbs up! (I wish I could make it more, but... no more thumbs...)

Jeff said...

That's not very nice. "Fine, fine, we'll put excellent on the sign.... but it's going in quotes!"

Prin said...

LOL!! Awesome one. :D

Anonymous said...

Just so you know, public schools are officially ranked using terms like "Excellent" or "Emergency".

Lindsay said...

This is so the best one yet. :)

Anonymous said...

"Excellent" could be used in quotes here if the sign is quoting a recent report or a perhaps a comment from a well-know education pundit. In my local area, for example, the term "Blue-Ribbon" refers to an excellent school and could arguably be used in quotes.

Brynne said...

ummm wow. another good one. obviously not all that "excellent". those kids probably are so proud to have gurdgtated high skool. lol

girl least likely to said...

i was in chicago for a conference last weekend, too. maybe we were at the same one!

girl least likely to said...

heh, scratch that, i just realized we were tOtally at the same conference. awesome. i only wish i'd realized sooner.

Anonymous said...

...or be subjected to more extraneous punctuation for generations to follow.

Emily said...

Maybe this school is part of a school board called "Excellent".