Reading High class of '09 diplomas not worth the paper they're printed on

Those kids up at Reading High might not be good with all that reading, writing and arithmetic stuff, but a couple of them were tech-savvy enough to hack into the school's computer network and change the grades of 29 seniors so those sad classmates wouldn't have to repeat 12th grade, join the Army or start dealing crack cocaine. Because administrators were foiled from checking actual grades with only a day to work on it, that meant the whole happy class of 700 picked up blank pieces of paper at at the Sovereign Center last evening, utterly fooling all the grandmas and grandpas who had flown in from San Juan for the big event. Superintendent Thomas Chapman, as is customary, was not available for comment.

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