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Topic - David Fabrizio
The last time I was in Ipswich, Mass., I had one of the tastiest plates of fried clams imaginable. They were fresh, full-bellied and cooked perfectly. Try getting something like this outside the Bay State.
A Massachusetts principal is facing sharp criticism after he canceled an honor roll ceremony to spare the feelings of students with bad grades.
I'll let Mr. Fabrizio explain, from the letter he sent to parents:
Mr. Fabrizio says he plans to include the honors ceremony with a previously planned end-of-the-year assembly at which all students will be recognized, Fox reports.