I got suspended 1 time and 1 time only...
When I was in 6th grade the show Kung Fu was quite popular...My friend and I were outside at lunch playing Kung Fu like characters, acting like we were kicking and karate chopping each other..Teacher told us to stop, but we continued "playing"..He sent us to the office..We told the principal we were playing, he suspended us for disobeying a teacher ( much like our little angel Rodney )..We were told to stop ONCE, not THREE times...
I remember that arse whipping I got when I got home to this day...My friend got his arse whipped too..
Never thought about getting suspended again...
lol He's a bit full of himself. Threatening to leave our country if things don't go as he wishes . . . who gives a rat's arse? Go!
And my grandmother says she got locked in a closet once, and had a Sister threaten to cut her tongue off with scissors for talking in class.
So that leads me to ask. If this was what school administrators truly believed to be a threat to shoot a student that caused apprehension or fear in the student that was threatened. That's second degree assault. Why did they not call the police to report this crime commited against a child entrusted to their care? They have reporting requirements. If this was erious enough to take any action over. Then it was serious enough to take all actions over. Especially those required by law. So if this kid can have in his permanent record that he threatened to shoot another student. Then every school administrator and teacher connected to this can have the failure to properly protect a child by reporting crimes against them to the proper authorities in their permanent records. If they are going to insist that thgis was a real threat. Then they should be fired and possibly even arrested for failing to report that threat and crime against another student.
ms maggie, a student's cum follows him through his school years. In fact, with schools all going online it easy accessible.
My children are my legacy.
You might want to rephrase that.
When I got suspended in the 6th grade, on the last day of school, all 6 graders that had been suspended just once got to go to the principals office and cut the suspension papers with scissors...
Hopefully, little angel Rodney, if given the chance to do that, won't point the scissors at the principal...
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