According to several sources at the NYC board of education, veteran science teacher Jeffrey Francis, who has taught at M.S. 233 for 12 years, recently inked a massive deal with the NYCBOE to stay on as a teacher.
Frederick Gonzales, an HR representative at the NYCBOE announced the deal in front of a media circus outside 65 Court Street in Downtown Brooklyn.
"Jeffrey Francis is a model teacher and we were prepared to do anything to keep him from leaving. He follows all of the rules mandated by the board and federal regulations, prepping NYC students to be chained into a bureaucratic level of thinking devoid of free thinking and creativity. It is about time we paid him maximum value for his talent and work ethic. His students will go on to become the next generation's brilliant engineers, mathematicians, and corporate leaders, ready to take on a healthy $40,000 yearly starting salary right around the same time that inflation and massive student loan debt will destroy any possibility of them entering the middle class."
Apparently, Mr. Francis was nowhere to be found when the announcement was made, but there were several rumors that he skipped town to party in Cancun, Mexico.