Ha! That's my favorite Jason story yet. But I'm more intrigued by the display. What is the theme? What ties those elements together? Bingo, Macbeth, a kid's book, wooden pumpkins, a map, some music, a Sports Illustrated, a local periodical, and a paper beaver. I don't get it. If you can make an improv speech using those elements: thank a speech teacher.
Ha! I'm seriously temped to make a sign saying that and tape it to the display.
I'm also troubled by the fact that none of the things in the window seem to be on a level of what high schoolers should be able to read (or ready to read when they go to college). I mean, why not have the REAL MacBeth, instead of an comic book version of it? And illustrated story book (the Caldecott/Newberry notwithstanding)? How about a map in a foreign language? This display would be more appropriate for an elemnetary school than a high school. -- The Rabbit