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I had a student who claimed he had a hearing impairment. In reality he was just a fake. He came in with a Fake Doctor Note from bestfakedoctornotes.com and I believed him for a while. But then other kids tried to do the same thing. Rediculous.

Delaney Kirk

I know...I am constantly amazed at the creativity of some of our students...if they could just channel this for good instead of trying to get out of class or work. Thanks for sharing.


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