by Kim Taylor
Last week was quite a week for words.
Locally, we saw the ugly. Winter Park High School made headlines—not for their outstanding sports programs or “A rating”—but for their 2014 yearbook, which the Orlando Weekly aptly named a ‘grammatical train wreck.’
Principal Tim Smith cited the mid-year hiring of a new yearbook advisor as one of the reasons why typos abound, also mentioning that the pages were sent to the publisher without any proofreading. As luck would have it, WPHS had the foresight to include this nifty E&O Statement on their yearbook order form.