Principal writes ‘verification’ letter to Tooth Fairy after first-grader misplaces tooth
When a first-grader lost his tooth at school and couldn’t locate it, his principal wrote a “verification” letter for the Tooth Fairy.
Last week, Landon, a student at Gillett Elementary in Wisconsin was outside playing ball during recess when his loose tooth fell out. When he noticed it was missing, teachers and classmates searched in a pile of wood chips by the ball pit, to no avail. So, a teacher informed principal Curt Angeli about the problem and suggested they send a note to the Tooth Fairy.
Angeli decided to go all out. “I ran back to my office and thought, ‘Let’s make it cute’ so I typed the note on school letterhead,” Angeli tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
The letter read, “Dear Tooth Fairy, today [Landon] lost a tooth while playing outside at recess. Unfortunately, it was lost in our ga-ga pit, and despite the valiant efforts of an intrepid search team, we were unable to recover the tooth. As a trained principal and hobby dentist, I can verify that there is definitely a gap in [Landon]’s teeth that was not there this morning when he came in.”
“Please accept this letter as official verification of a lost tooth and provide the standard monetary exchange rate you normally use for a real tooth,” wrote the principal of six years, adding a funny post script: “I am still waiting for the money for my wisdom teeth from 1987. Please remit as soon as possible.”
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