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They actually do it so when it comes time for your class senior prom they have enough money to make the prom how ever the seniors want it to be...

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suing her is only an option if youre a fucktard. as for getting her in trouble, i am betting the money is being used and then replaced, ie they borrowed some money out of the donations because they didnt have it on them and then replaced it. but assuming whats said is true, reporting them would work because they would have accurate records of how much has been donated, which would not add up in their audit.

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My sister's soccer team had raised a ton of money for new equipment. Months passed, money was gone from the bank account but they had no new uniforms or equipment. The high school usually favors boy sports over girl sports.

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Seriously. If you've got iron-clad evidence, go to the school board with it. And, if the school board does nothing, go to your local DA. I'd fuck with that fat donut-eating bitch of a school principal 'til she was gone.

He or She's obviously doing it to make a massive edible playground made out of donuts. This way, there is a soft landing pad. Props to the principal for thinking about safety.

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Heh heh, of course she'd do that. But that'd give her an excuse to stay "on patrol to make sure no one gets hurt", and eat while watching. And no, guys, I have no proof of this, whatsoever. No one donates to our fundraisers now. ~OP

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#10 is wrong... Principal is either a noun or an adjective, but both uses have very similar meaning. Principle is simply a noun. Principal (noun): the most important person in an organisation. Principal (adjective): the first in importance, rank, value, etc. Principle (noun): a standard or a rule.

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#10, you're a dumbass. If you're going to try and lecture other people on their spelling you should run a spellcheck on yourself first. The OP was correct in the spelling of "principal". Way to fail at life. So much for you feeling smart for the day. . .

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didn't anyone ever teach you the trick to spelling principle and principal? 'the principal is your PAL.' clearly the principal ISN'T your pal here, but that's still how you spell it.

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When I wrote my comment, it was spelled "principle." I wish the mods would leave an annotation like "Spelling corrected at 10:52am" so we early commenters don't look like fools.

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