A new $114 million high school in Frederick County, Maryland recently installed two signs that contained typos. The words “Fredrick High School” were carved in stone and installed at the entrance of the high school.
Images of the signs were posted on social media, prompting school officials to conduct an investigation, said Michael Doerrer, Frederick County Public Schools spokesman. By Monday afternoon, the signs with typos at the entrance of the Frederick High School had vanished.
School officials are unsure when the signs were installed, but they have ordered for them to be replaced before the fall semester begins.
The stonemason has taken credit for the typos and will replace the signs at no additional cost, said Board of Education President Brad Young.