@PaigeWillAlwaysLaugh’s Meme of the Month: February

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@PaigeWillAlwaysLaugh’s Meme of the Month: February

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A tweet created by Max Schiewe

A tweet created by Max Schiewe

Paige Smith, Business Editor & Columnist

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The lovely superintendent of district 204, Dr. Karen Sullivan, has the final say over canceling school and over the past few months, district 204 has had many snow or cold days. Some of the best things that come from the snow days are the tweets and memes about Sullivan or that tag @ipsd204 on Twitter. I have even seen an account that is called The Perfect IPSD 204  (@IpsdThe) where they post memes and try to persuade Sullivan to cancel school.
One of my favorite things that I have seen is this video edit of just pictures and videos of  Sullivan with a ton of heart emojis to the song “Mine” by Bazzi. Personally, I have no idea if she has seen all of these memes because she traditionally doesn’t respond to the jokes. But the superintendent in our neighboring district, 203 has actually responded to a student tweet, confirming that he actually sees some of the tweets tagging him. Knowing that deep down I am hopeful that Sullivan sees the tweets (or even this newspaper article).

District 203 students have also designed a t-shirt about their superintendent Dan Bridges with the dates he canceled school this year on the back. I thought this was hilarious because it reminded me of the t-shirts made about Neuqua English teacher Jonathan Pontarelli’s encounter with the Neuqua goose. The bottom line is that the students in both districts are so creative and the memes and tweets that I have seen have had me rolling on the floor.

This meme with no doubt gets 5 out of 5 Harambes; it was kept fresh with all of the different student’s ideas, and I feel that this meme is too timely to miss out on. Let’s just say the students from both districts kept me entertained on those days off.