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Connecticut high school takes flak for misspelling on sign

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Connecticut high school is getting teased for misspelling a word on a sign outside its doors.

The sign spells the word "entrance" with an extra "e," spelling it "enterance."

Officials at North Branford High School say the sign was made by an outside company and has been welcoming people to the school since August.

The school finally realized the error when a local radio station made jokes about it on the air.

"We had a good laugh this morning," said Superintendent Scott Schoonmaker. "I've probably driven by that sign 1,000 times, but you're not paying attention, -- you're coming and going."

The superintendent says the misspelled sign will be donated to the radio station for an upcoming charity event.

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