Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Sticking to your Guns
I've seen a lot of forged signatures before, but one day, a student handed me the worst one I had ever seen. It was in pencil and had been erased and retried several times, and even then, looked horrible. I pulled a previous signature and compared it and found that it was not correct. I confronted Herman about it, showing him real signature. "My mom signed it this morning." He told me, "That's her signature." I told him that I was going to call his mom to confirm this. "Go ahead." was his reply. During prep that day, I called his mom to verify. She had never seen the paper and had never signed it. When I confronted him again, after the talk with his mom, he still said "My mom signed it. I didn't sign it, it's her signature." Even with his mom saying no, he still never gave in that he did it.
Posted by Mrs. Haldeman at 10:47 AM