A John Boy Production
You are the father of three boys: Bill, Ted and Cam. Cam is 16 and in high school. Ted and Bill are 13 and 12 and are in middle school. Recently, Cam has passed down his old laptop to his younger brothers and hit you up for a new Macbook Pro.
Lately you've noticed that the two younger boys have been pouring over the old laptop, but they tell you that they're working on a special project for school. They spend so much time on it that you regret not getting them a laptop earlier.
It's a total surprise when the Principal at the middle school calls. It seems that a copy of one of Cam's old tests was found in the hands of one of Ted's classmates. Cam's name wasn't on it, but the teacher recognised a scrap of his handwriting on the margin of the paper and matched it to his records. This teacher rotates his math exams every few years, and it seems that Cam's old exams are in use this year.
With a little investigation, you discover that Cam scanned his old exams and stored them in his old laptop where his younger brothers discovered them. Ted realized that all the math tests are the ones he is taking. Enterprisingly, Ted and Bill went into business, they even show you a shoebox stuffed with ten dollar bills.
The school doesn't know about Ted and Bill's side business.
What do you do now?