The girl's mother says that Winslow Township Elementary School No. 4 sent her daughter home Tuesday for wearing a kelly green polo shirt, which was deemed to be in violation of the Camden County school's dress code.
The school's dress code specifies that shirts and blouses may only be white, dark green or navy.
Winslow Township School's code on dress and grooming says "school attire can influence a pupil's behavior and potentially impact the academic environment."
Other parents have reported that their children were suspended for wearing wrong colored shirts as well.
The girl's mother called the suspension "a little ridiculous."
Hiding nearly $1,300 in cash in a box marked "chicken wings" might seem like a great way to safely get money to the bank but only if you don't accidentally deliver it to a customer.
A Domino's in Berkeley, California, made just such a delivery on Friday, and the customer didn't even open the box right away.
Mike Vegas, a bartender at AT&T Park in San Francisco, told NBC Bay Area he thought he was going to have the night off so he ordered some pizza and wings. But when he got called into work, he stuck the box of wings in the fridge unopened.
"I got off work really late, and when I came back home I found the cash in the delivery box a refrigerated deposit," Vegas told the station. "I was rubbing my eyes at 5 a.m., laughing at myself."
Vegas said the driver had called looking for the missing money, but since he had been at work, he ignored the calls.
Vegas posted an image on Facebook showing two stacks of bills -- one containing $666, the other $633:
Bringing a loaded gun to a visit with a probation officer is strange, but going to the meeting in a stolen car takes things to a level that's even bizarre for Florida.
Deputies in Flagler County arrested Christopher John Smith, 38, last Monday on a probation violation charge.
Smith was sentenced to three years probation last July on charges of resisting an officer and felony battery.
Authorities said he showed up for the meeting with his parole officer with a silver Raven Arms .25 caliber pistol stuffed in a bag, according to the Daytona Beach News Journal. Police said there was no round in the chamber but there were five rounds in the magazine.
Officials detected the weapon when he walked into the probation office.
No other weapons were found in the Ford Focus that brought Smith to the meeting, but investigators discovered the car had been stolen from a St. Johns County Dollar Rent a Car on Sept. 1.
Smith told deputies she did not knowwhether he'd rented the car or if he'd made payments, saying his "business partners" handled those details, according to FlaglerLive.com.
Police said Smith couldn't provide the names of people or companies he's working with who were responsible for paying for the vehicle.
When Smith asked his parole officer why he was asking so many questions, the officer said he was just trying to figure out why Smith was in possession of a stolen Ford.
At that point, Smith invoked his right to remain silent, and remains in jail without bond.