‘We are a bunch of idiots’: A ‘wet dream’ to get all students to go to college

Beaversport High School is now home to a new group of students, and the principal says that they have a wet dream.

According to the BeaversPort district, the new students will receive a free ride on a $500-a-month charter bus that will carry them to Florida.

“I think they’re going to be a really big hit with them,” said Principal Jennifer Sperling.

“They’re going through a lot of things, they’re a bunch [of] idiots.”

The bus, which will run from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., will be accompanied by a team of teachers, as well as a community service team.

It will take them to the University of Miami and back, where they will study for the state’s GED test.

“We are the wet dream,” Sperly said.

“We’re just so excited.”

The district says the bus is being paid for by the state.

“I’m really, really happy that it’s a great way to give these kids a shot in life,” Sattler said.

The BeaversDistrict is hoping to see this program succeed.

“It’s going to give them a shot,” Sittler said, adding that the district has a budget surplus, and they’re trying to get students to donate to the school.

Sperling said the goal of the program is to be successful.

“The goal is to get them through college,” she said.

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