Principal Fired For Being Late to Work Files Appeal Too Late
Well, at least this woman is consistent. Marcella Sills was fired from her job as a principal in Queens, New York last year because she was chronically late to work.
In a year-and-a-half, Marcella was late a total of 178 times. She was dismissed and given 10 days to file her petition.
A state Supreme Court judge determined that she didn't file her paperwork until two months later. In her paper, Sills argued that principals do not have strict start and stop times.
Read more at NBC New York.