BREAKING NEWS: THE SCIENCE TEACHER DOES NOT “LIE” – a special report – by Natalie

NOTE: This post was originally written the day after the post on Crab Hunting. There were some technological difficulties and at the same time I was posting this, our whole site went down for a few days. I only just became aware that this post never made it to our blog. Thanks for your patience! Lovingly, Heather (blog poster for the Baja trip)
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Hot off the presses, we have a breaking story from La Paz, Mexico –

The science teacher does not “lie.”

This reporter has uncovered evidence that disproves the malicious student attack on Jeff Strickland’s credibility as the Link School’s science teacher (see yesterday’s blog post).

mole-crab-pic

The critter the students reported on was indeed a mole crab and not a “scrub”, as someone from th. Prominently displayed, in a reputable establishment, this photo was uncovered laying to rest any fears you may have had about your children’s education.

You all may sleep well tonight.

This reported, I’m satisfied with having done my professional duty.

Signing off – Natalie

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1 Response to BREAKING NEWS: THE SCIENCE TEACHER DOES NOT “LIE” – a special report – by Natalie

  1. Janet Cocciarelli says:

    I’m sure we’ll all rest better having that clarified:).

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