Officials at a high school in small-town Washington managed to emblazon this year’s high school diploma covers with the state seal of Oregon.
The mistake occurred at Kelso High School in Kelso, Wash. (pop. 11,925), reports Portland Fox affiliate KPTV.
The official state seal of Oregon includes a big eagle perched on a shield which features a covered wagon, elk, two boats and various farming and mining symbolism. For anyone who might be confused, the capitalized words “STATE OF OREGON” partially encircle the seal.
On the plus side, administrators who ordered the diplomas and the covers did manage to get the name of Kelso High School correct.
Way to go Kelso 😂 hahahaha state of Oregon 1859 pic.twitter.com/JJHlqCSaGE— Mark Brendanawicz (@c_hoop54) June 14, 2015