The headline says it all:
Pasco School District overturns 6-year-old’s suspension for discussing toy gun
The Pasco School District has overturned the suspension of a 6-year-old boy who talked about his toy guns at school.
Mike Aguirre’s son Noah, a first-grader at James McGee Elementary School, was sent home Feb. 28 after another student told their teacher that Noah had a gun with him.
Noah had no gun, toy or otherwise, but Aguirre said his son still was punished for talking with other students about the Nerf guns the family recently bought during a trip to Lincoln City, Ore.
Apparently a girl student who heard the little boy felt her “health and safety” were threatened… by someone talking about a nerf gun. What do you want to bet the school district is making that up or at least “massaging the truth” heavily?
The district later removed the suspension and said this wouldn’t go on the child’s record. Very big of them, but not a word of apology for making the boy think he was in trouble, worrying the parents, and making themselves look like jackasses.
Where did these “educators” get their certifications — George Orwell University?
(Crossposted at Sister Toldjah)