This explains a lot.
Yeah, yeah I get it. Usually a student “gets” to change the sign. Or some places they have a grounds keeper. In this case the job was given to a janitor. But the faculty and students had to see the sign everyday!
School officials told NJ.com that the lettering “was placed by a custodian and the sign was near an entrance not normally used by staff.” It was later corrected.So they were hanging the sign to inform the public in a place where the public would be unlikely to see it? The faculty went through some other secret entrance?
It was “later corrected”? LIKE A WEEK LATER? What is the point of the sign if they are putting it up where no one could see it?
Excuse me, I am having teacher flashbacks. Must have wine. If I would have worked at this school, I would have said something and gotten in trouble for “acting like I am smarter than everyone else.”