Making every naughty kid’s dream come true, 6-year-old Gannon forges a note with highlighter on finger painting paper to get out of class and TOTALLY gets away with it!
Gannon Farley wanted to play Wii instead of staying at his after-school program, so he forged a note from his parents to get out of school!
The Middleboro, Massachusetts first-grader turned in a florescent yellow note to his teacher that said: “Dery [dear] Mrs. Trotty [Trottier]. Gannon is not going to the prgrogm [program].”
In the first of two baffling moves, the teacher doesn’t buy it and sends him to the school secretary to get it checked out (instead of telling the kid “nice try, do your homework” or something more reasonable).
The school secretary then goes ahead and calls an old phone number listed for Gannon’s mother, Amie Nay, but could not get through. They leave a voice message for her and then — baffling move number two — they SEND HIM HOME.
So little Gannon rides the bus all by himself back to his empty home to probably play Wii and do all the things a 6-year-old would do if he had total freedom. This of course leaves his mother Amie really, really concerned when she receives a call from the school coordinator saying her son had not turned up to his after school program.
Oy! Are YOU also concerend about our school system, HollyMoms? Check out the Fox News report below!
— Lorraine Chow
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