Did you think your high school's administrators were strict? Chances are they've got nothing on Suzanne Lukas, the superintendent of Bonny Eagle High School in Maine. During the school's graduation ceremony, a student pointed to his friends and blew a kiss to his mom when his name was called. Instead of shaking his hand and handing him his diploma, the superintendent told him to return to his seat empty handed. He still hasn't received his diploma.
The story's getting national media coverage as the student's family demands an apology and a diploma from the school's superintendent. While this story certainly appears to fall on the extreme end of things, it does serve as a good reminder to high school students to take school policy very seriously until you have that piece of paper in your hand and are literally out the door for the last time.
This has us curious, though. For those of you who have already finished high school: did you run into any incidents at your high school graduation where students' diplomas were withheld? What antics did you or your classmates get away with as high school seniors and as participants in your school's graduation ceremony?