NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 8: Shirley Miller, who has been a crossing guard for 15 years, helps parents and their children through an intersection on Amsterdam Avenue on the first day back to school for New York City public school students September 8, 2003 in New York City. This year students face new academic requirements as the Department of Education has overhauled the curriculum. (Photo by Monika Graff/Getty Images)

From the “You had one job” file, a school crossing in Doral, Florida turned into a “scohol” crossing. A private contractor misspelled school when they painted a school crossing. it came out as SCOHOL.

A driver noticed the mistake and pointed it out to officials. The city of Doral tweeted that the contractor went back to correct the mistake. Read the full article HERE



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