The Chancellor has declared that candy should not be sold in schools. Schools must watch the sweet intake of our children and make sure they eat a healthy diet. Schools make lots of money from candy sales. Every organization in my school is selling candy now. Principal Suit must have signed off on the candy sales. The people that are running the sales are not like me, they are people that actually follow the rules and would never, in a zillion years break any of them.
Someone must have made an issue about the illegality of this candy sale. Suit is now coming down on the kids and telling them they cannot sell their candy in school. He is telling them to sell their candy to their relatives. How any kid can be expected to sell so many candy bars to their relatives is beyond me (and them), but that is what he is telling them. The kids have taken their candy out of the carry box it came in and are now carrying the candy around the school in shopping bags. He pretends not to see it, but it is there, out in the open, for anyone with a sweet tooth to purchase.
The important thing is that the kids have learned lots from this issue. They learned that by breaking regulations they can make money. They learned that there are certain rules are okay to break, that even a high ranking administrator, like a Principal, will break the rules when breaking them serves his interests. I guess it is good to be the boss and follow only the rules you like.