Perhaps just adequate enough to keep her out of the unemployment line -which is the only reason she bothered.
Not adequate enough for my tastes. And we all know she doesn't mean it or else she would have apologized right away for being a raving anti-bike nutcase.
Apologies under duress are meaningless.
The funny thing is, there is no indication that the kids were even late to school! So the alleged crime was merely their transportation choice. By association, Bike-to-Work Week would be considered one big, city-wide prank. I hope I don't get suspended ;)
I hope this becomes a senior class tradition because riding as a group is so empowering. Teenagers should have more opportunities to be empowered by activities that are positive and fun. If they did this ride in the fall I bet more kids would even bike to school regularly.