Elementary Photo Bombing

It was class picture day at Swamprot Elementary earlier this week. One kindergarten class was all lined up, tallest to shortest, ready to head out the door for their picture. A new student was brought to the door at that point. The teacher sized him up, moved him to the ‘tall’ end of the line, and out they went to get their class picture made.

When they get back to the room, the teacher finally gets a chance to look at his paperwork and realizes…he’s in the wrong class. He should be in a SECOND grade classroom. So she sends him off to the correct class…where they are just lining up for THEIR class picture. So yep, he’s in a second class picture. In another grade level.

So when people look at the yearbook, the question will be…was he promoted? Or bumped down? I think we should make it a yearbook event…have teachers send kids to be in other class pictures, and do a kind of ‘find Waldo’. Might increase the yearbook sales.

3 Responses to “Elementary Photo Bombing”

  1. pam Says:

    Cute! I bet he’ll enjoy the distinction of being in both, especially at a new school. Great icebreaker. :D

  2. Jess Says:

    It sure would help the photographer make some extra money. Instead of one class photo, parents could buy a half dozen.

  3. Rita Says:

    I wonder how many pictures you could put one kid and not tell anyone to see exactly how long it would be before anyone noticed. I mean really, who looks at the pictures other than the parents of that particular class.

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