From Zazza & Julie
An “honest mistake” resulted in yearbooks being published with students being identified in photos as “Creepy smile kid,” “Someone,” and “Some tall guy” at a small high school in rural upstate New York.
According to Huffington Post, Amy Goodell, acting superintendent of Hoosic Valley ISD, says that a “non-intentional, honest mistake” led to members of the track and field team being captioned with made-up names or simple “Someone.” One of the students was even named “Isolation kid.”
Goodell says that parents of the students have been contacted and that corrections are being made.
This was just one of the wild stories we found floating on the web. Check out what else we found in 50 Shades of Cray.