But these records aren't those of Moorhead High School in Moorhead, Minn.; they're recorded in history as the memories of students from Moorehead High School — spelled with an extra 'e' — after a proofreading gaffe that's gone viral.
Forum News Service reported an adviser and two classes worked on the yearbook and approved it for publication after graduation. None of those who saw it, however, noticed the name of their school and the town they lived in was misspelled on the cover.
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"I don't know that there's much we can do now. It's a mistake, and it was made," school district spokesperson Pam Gibb told the news service.
They might try to cover up the mistake using a sticker with the right name, Forum News Service reported.
Other high schools have made embarrassing headlines for their yearbook mistakes, including Legacy High School in Mansfield, Texas, which spelled its town's name Mansfiled in its yearbook, according to CBS.
A school in New York State apologized in June after several of its students were given rude labels instead of names, including "creepy smile kid," and "some tall guy."
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