An Ohio teen can thank his parents for any last-minute bumps to his grade this Christmas season after they gifted his teachers with bottles of wine and slapped his face on them.
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DJ's parents got the teacher bottles of wine, but the labels on the bottles were replaced with a photo of the student. "He's at the same, so the grade school he goes to now is the same one that I went through, my sister went through, and he went through so he'll be done in the spring and it'll be his a year ago, so it was kind of more of a thanking the teachers for putting up with me and my sister and my brother". He says, Jake is not a bad kid, but he is the class clown.
Thankfully for the teachers, DJ's little brother is the last Sommers boy to go through the high school - though their little sister will be a freshman next year.
Mary and Paul Sommers of Beavercreek had special labels printed bearing the image of their son, eighth-grader Jake, and affixed them to the bottles of wine they gave his teachers at Ascension School in Kettering.
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"My four older siblings were good kids and it was hard to live up to that, so I didn't try", Mary Sommers said.
Mary Sommers said the wine bottles seemed like an appropriate gift.
She said the teachers appreciated the gift. "[Jake] always has something to say".
"I guess my teachers deserve it (the wine)", he said.