“I am very disappointed that a student would put a quote in to represent themselves and not know where the quote came from, not check their source, and not think long and hard about what they wanted to say,” he told the Eagle-Tribune newspaper. “Of course we are concerned that it slipped through, absolutely. We have begun to talk to the advisers of the yearbook, the teacher who teaches the class, and the publisher to think of what kinds of things we could or should do moving forward.”