June 6, 2012 —
The principal, now in tears of laughter, said the school didn’t have enough refrigerator space so 10-pound blocks of it were sent home with any teacher or student willing to try it.
Parents were exchanging recipes at PTA meetings. Mozzarella cheese was everywhere.
Months later, the school finally used up all of the cheese but not before the owner of a local grocery store wrote the principal a letter of complaint.
No, he wasn’t unhappy over the free cheese given to his customers.
It was because his toilet paper sales had dropped 30 percent.