Senior Seeks Accountability After Being Left Out of High School Yearbook

Bianca Nataloni was left out of the 2014 Cherry Hill High School East yearbook.

A senior at Cherry Hill East High School is asking for a public admission from school officials, contributions to a scholarship fund and preferred seating at commencement after she was omitted from the 2014 yearbook, the Courier Post reports.

Bianca Nataloni, a player on the school's softball team, was not included in the yearbook this year, the first time that has ever happened at the school, according to the report.

She wants school officials to acknowledge the mistake during the school's commencement on June 17, make a $1 contribution from every yearbook sold to the Bianca Nataloni Yearbook Scholarship Fund and premier seating at the graduation ceremony at Temple University.

For more, visit courierpostonline.com.
Jen Johanna June 05, 2014 at 02:37 PM
Sucks she wasn't in the yearbook but no way should she get a scholarship from it. They are earned, not given. This generation is being raised to seek handouts. Sad. Just reprint a copy of the yearbook for her and that's it. It was an error. No one owes her anything!
Joann Riverso June 06, 2014 at 12:24 AM
She's not asking for a scholarship for herself, read the story in courier, she wants to turn a negative into a positive. She wants the company that printed the book and the photographer that didn't send photo to donate toward a 1000.00 scholarship to give to another child next year in the softball program that is in need and a hard worker. Is that ok????????? No handouts needed!
Mike915 June 05, 2014 at 03:58 PM
If you read the article on the CourierPost, she isn't asking for a scholarship. She is asking that one be setup for future softball players in her name.
Tom Nataloni June 06, 2014 at 12:24 AM
Bianca does not want anything and is not seeking anything. No one is holding any administration ransom and we have yet to be apologized to. We understand mistakes happen in life, however this is a mistake that for some reason doesn't need to be corrected even though this is a lifetime memory that a high school student nor any of her friends will have of her. If you want to lay blame on someone about the media story's, don't blame Bianca. Blame her father for wanting to make it all better. Guess I'm a maverick for being such an ass for wanting my daughter to be happy at such an amazing time in her life. How silly of me. I've never experienced such negativity in social media posts in all my years. People really have nothing better to do than to crucify an 18 year old girl. Crucify me, not her.
Joann Riverso June 06, 2014 at 12:26 AM
Thanks mike! Seriously, the kids trying to do something for someone and people want to hang her on a cross! I guess it's just easier to get a lawyer...


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