My elementary school might have made t-shirts for the school musical that read “pubic school” instead of “public school,” but Moosehead High School’s yearbook printing error takes the cake. The Minnesota high school made what might be the most epic error ever when their yearbooks came back from the printers with “Moorehead” instead of “Moosehead” emblazoned on its cover.
Duluth News Tribune reports that the spelling error was overlooked by school adviser and two groups of yearbook class students. After a few rounds of proofreading, the yearbook went to print with the misspelling of the towns name. It was further reported that the school can’t afford to reprint the yearbooks with the correct spelling. Yikes.
Okay, so the typo isn’t that bad but its kind of baffling how the school’s yearbook students and advisors could have misspelled their own town’s name. This is basically a perfect thing for the students to look back and laugh at. This might be the most perfect “remember when” story for these students (and teachers) to tell to future classes and families.