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Pie in the Sky In March, then-D.C. Inspector General E. Barrett Prettyman said that Deal Junior High School Principal Reginald Moss had violated federal law by selling pizza on campus to raise funds for campus activities. Recently, Moss has asked for a reversal of the eight-day suspension he served this summer for the violation. And last week, a Moss apologia appeared in the Northwest Current’s “School Dispatches” section, where local students report on school activities. “Due to the end of pizza sales, the seniors have no money and no options for raising sufficient money,” writes Wilson High School senior Shara Cooper. “The D.C. government obviously does not realize that by hindering the sale of pizza, they are depriving many Wilson seniors of attending their prom and buying a yearbook.”