Today's award goes to the Central School in Tierp, Sweden. The Local reports:
Anna Eriksson, 105, lives in a nursing home near Tierp in eastern Sweden, about 130 kilometres north of Stockholm.
But the Swede's three-digit age didn't stand in the way of her receiving a letter recently from the Central School in Tierp, letting her know the school had a spot for her in a class of children due to turn six next year.
The school's principal, Marinna Eriksson (no relation) confirmed ... that Anna had received the letter, as had more than 60 other local children.
"The addresses for everyone born in '07 were included in complete lists we received from the population registry," Marianna Eriksson told UNT.
When the labels were placed on the letters, however, no one happened to notice that one was addressed to the nursing home of Anna Eriksson, who is also born in '07 – 1907, that is.
"Her daughter got in touch and she and I both thought it was pretty funny. The two of them and I could see the humour in what happened," the principal said.
There's more at the link.
I hope she arrives on the first day of school, waving her letter! I'm sure the other kids would be giggling fit to beat the band . . .