Let the Italian Stallion run free once again

Let the Italian Stallion run free once again

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Italian Stallion started this petition to Arthur L. Johnson High School and

     Christopher Thomas George Cafiero, also known as Cafioni, may have been hit the hardest by the Covid-19 pandemic. His friends and family have described him as many things: history buff, redneck, but the most common word associated with this young man is ATHLETE. He was an aspiring track star for Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark, New Jersey. He participated in many events, but his best event had to be the practice watching. Well he actually didn't run this season because he could not get an appointment for a physical, but he was going to run every event. Scouts from all around the country were touting him as the next big thing and even had a nickname for him which was "white usain" and "lightning McRedneck". Nobody had ever even seen him run because he was so fast he would zoom past all spectators. These scouts were all in on the young bull. He had received offers from all 5300 colleges in the US for his speediness. Even schools with no track team wanted him because he could beat a whole team of opponents on his own. Sadly, when Arthur L. Johnson announced its closure due to corona virus, that meant no more track for the young superstar. He has been distraught ever since, being that the parks are even closed. His closest friends have even reported that he has become depressed from this, resulting in a jump from 191 lbs to 43921 lbs, but he will still be fast as a bullet no matter his mass. I am writing this to convince Clark public schools to open immediately. This young man's entire life and athletic future that he has worked so hard for is now ruined. He has received information that if the schools open before Memorial Day, he can indeed run track and light the world on fire. Please sign this and support this poor young man and all the struggles he has been through as of late.

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