The boy’s parents said they felt the school failed to use common sense. Their son has good grades and has never caused any problems in classes before, according to the parents. The boy had also apparently stopped the “threatening” behavior when asked to do so by a teacher, as was indicated by a note that was made in the suspension notice.
But a spokesperson for the school indicated that a pencil is considered to be “a weapon when it is pointed at someone in a threatening way and gun noises are made.”
“Some children would consider it threatening, who are scared about shootings in schools or shootings in the community,” said Bradshaw. “Kids don’t think about ‘Cowboys and Indians’ anymore, they think about drive-by shootings and murders and everything they see on television news every day.”
The boy’s father sees it differently.
Most sane people would, but our educatonal system has been in the hands of maniacs for at least a generation.
Their goal is to take a generations of boys and raise them to be girls.