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If you don’t, or you missed it, click here to read it. At the time of the post, his fate had not been determined. So did he graduate with his class? Per his grandmother, here’s what happened:
He decided to forego the school board expulsion hearing scheduled last week along with the opportunity to walk across a stage to receive his diploma with his classmates. Thus, he has no expulsion on his school record, he finished out his final high school semester with a 3.4 grade point average, made the county all-star lacrosse team, has his diploma in hand and is headed to Drexel University in Philadelphia this September — in spite of the school administration’s relentless attempt, all the way to the Florida Court of Appeals, to throw him out of school.
Remember high school senior Nick Sofos, who mooned his class at a drama club fundraiser, and was suspended for 10 days, and then some? (Click here to read the post). He’s back in court because his parents want to make sure the school allows him to graduate on May 25th. The Collier County School Board said they will decide on May 22nd if Nick should be expelled. MOVE ON, SCHOOL BOARD. FOCUS ON EDUCATING!