High school student, Peyton Meyer of Janesville, Iowa, made a deal with the sports lit teacher, Laura Roberts, if they could get Aaron Rodgers to retweet, there would be no final exam.
It turns out, well, Rodgers did just that. And as promised there will now be no final exam.
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— Peyton Meyer (@peytonmeyer22) May 19, 2017
— Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) May 19, 2017
Roberts’ – an Aaron Rodgers fan – teaches the class made up of juniors and seniors in the Janesville Consolidated School District.
Meyer said told ESPN, “We were talking about the news in sports like we do every day and she mentioned that a student at another school tweeted at Kobe [Bryant],” and added, “We asked if we could do the same and we know she loves Aaron, so that’s why we picked him.”
Roberts told TODAY’S TMJ4, “The students all know that I love Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, so that’s why they picked him.” She kept her promise saying, “I made a deal and I have to keep my word,” then confirmed, “I did actually cancel the final!”
Super Bowl champion, MVP, record breaker, superstar… hero, Aaron Rodgers.
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