School Sign Misspelled as "Scohol" in South Florida, Again
Sure, there's book smarts and then there's street smarts, but the streets in South Florida have never been too bright. A road sign painted on Pine Island Road in Lauderhill has been misspelled as "SCOHOL." It shouldn't surprise anyone that this is a fairly regular occurrence in South Florida.
Local 10 takes the "Oh, what a shame that this is near an elementary school" tone.
"It's a shame... kids need better than this!" says Ross Palombo in a man on the street interview with the station.
But, in Florida they really don't get much better.
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Last year, Coconut Palm Elementary School proudly declared that "SHCOOL STARTS" on August 23 on a marquee outside campus. That was quickly fixed.
Back in 2009, the word "SCOHOL" was also painted on a road near Goulds Elementary School in Miami-Dade.
Kicking off the trend, Seminole County in Central Florida also featured the word "SCOHOL" written on a street in 2007.
We'd suggest the people responsible for these mistakes check the correct spelling on their diplomas, but we're not sure they have one.
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