Va. principal wants yearbook reprinted
A Fredericksburg high school principal is trying to have the school yearbook, "Glances 2010, Truth Be Told," reprinted after some students printed, well, a bit too much truth.
Massaponax High principal Joe Rodkey wants to erase some confessions that some have deemed "inappropriate" for a high school yearbook," the Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star reports.
A Facebook page created by Massaponax students solicited anonymous confessions for the yearbook. Most of the sayings are innocuous. But scattered throughout are sayings such as: "I have sex with people just to feel wanted," and "I once did so much pot that I woke up high."
"The students, the school and this community deserve a better yearbook than what I have," Rodkey said.
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| May 19, 2010; 10:42 AM ET
Categories: Virginia | Tags: fredericksburg, yearbook
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