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Kid Excused from School Thanks to Absence Note from Bruce Springsteen

If you have a good enough absence note, a school should really just let you go at least once, and this week a Philadelphia fifth-grader got excused from school when he showed up with a note from Bruce Springsteen. For … More » Kid Excused from School Thanks to Absence Note from Bruce Springsteen is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
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