November 20th, 2008 10:08 EST
Eat Your Breakfast & Go Straight To Detention!
Dateline: Middletown High School, Middletown, CT.
Now days, it seems that everywhere you look, people are tail-gating! " Before the local football game, before the concert, before just about everything, people pull out their BBQ grills and toss some meat on the flames and cook up a storm before enjoying the special event of their choice.
So it only makes sense that now that we are so health conscious and concerned about leaving no child behind and ensuring that out students get a head Start " that when a group of nearly 30 high school seniors tossed some bacon on the grill to get a little brain food protein in their empty stomachs, what choice did administrators have but to suspend the health conscious education seekers.
As the official story goes, they were suspended for two days after holding a morning barbecue on the grounds at the high school. Now according to parents of some of the kids that were involved in the much ballyhooed breakfast party, 28 students participated and were subsequently told they would not be welcome on campus for the next couple days.
Unfortunately School Superintendent Michael Frechette didn`t have breakfast that day, so he simply didn`t have the energy or attention span to answer any questions about the situation. Sadly Frechette was unable to confirm or comment on ANY details of the incident, as he CLAIMS he was completely unaware it had taken place.
Learning quickly from the Master himself, Principal Robert Fontaine would not return calls on the matter as well.
Signing off at Pigging out!
Rocco "Boss Hog" Loosbrock
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Rocco owns and runs a Bacon of the Month Club called The Bacon Freak Bacon is Meat Candy Bacon Club as well as a Wine Club called the Coastal Vineyard Wine Club
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