Saturday, December 6, 2014

Seventh Grade Science Teacher Anthony Genovese Will Sign 72 Million Dollar Contract Deal With Boston Schools

High hopes in Boston for another
season of academic domination
in their division.
The Boston School System has reached an agreement with Bridgewater State University's new graduate, Anthony Genovese on a 7 year 72 million dollar contract that will take effect next September.

The deal set a new record in hiring highly motivated and qualified science teachers far surpassing the 58 million dollar contract made with U-Mass graduate Harvey Smith.

Scouting reports state that Anthony Genovese is a master of of Bunsen burners, possesses an encyclopedic knowledge of the Periodic Table of Elements, and has always stuck to the hard science when a student wants to know about evolution.

Daniel Webster Middle School has been without a science teacher since Mr. Kennedy retired last year. The hole in the lineup had been filled with substitutes who were well meaning, but never set students' minds on fire about the wonders of the natural world.

James Kannard, Principal of Daniel Webster, states the new kid on the block has his job cut out for him. "Sure, Genovese has got great numbers regarding his ability to translate complicated scientific theories into easy to understand language, but that position requires heart and raw power if he's going to succeed."

When questioned about his upcoming shift to the big leagues Mr Genovese sounded cautious, but hopeful. "I understand that I'm going to be in the spotlight teaching these middle school children. Boston fans are the most loyal in the world as long as their public school teachers get their kids to win regional academic awards and dominate every single competitive science fair when they go head-to-head with the New York City team."

Mr Genovese is being represented by Jay-Z's Roc Nation Teachers, the agency that represents other great public school teachers like Robin McDaniels, 3rd grade English, as well as Greg Hall, 8th grade Social Studies.