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Windsor High School has the police department going after students’ wallets.

Forget the bar of soap at Windsor High School. The school’s going after your wallet when you swear, and the price of profanity is over $100.

As of Monday, dropping a prohibited 4-letter word gets a student a ticket from the cops, according to a memo Principal Russell Sills sent home to parents:

Students who use profanity directed toward a teacher, toward another student in class or during a verbal altercation in the hallway or cafeteria will receive a Windsor Police ticket for Creating a Public Disturbance. The fine for this offense is $103.00. Failure to pay the fine will result in a court appearance.

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