Amy Sims was not informed of the incident until her son was already in custody, FOX 26 reports. The mother states that because of her son’s condition, he does not understand that “make believe” gunplay on school grounds has become a sensitive matter.
But actual threats, like Parkland, are ignored and the police refuse to do their jobs.
The years-long ordeal has left the teen, now 19, broken, suicidal and struggling to make sense of sexual abuse he once thought of as a relationship, his family told the court.
On “Fox & Friends,” Abby Huntsman interviewed a Georgia middle school student who captured audio of her teacher ripping President Donald Trump and his “Make America Great Again” slogan.
Following the school shooting in Parkland, FL Republicans proposed the idea of putting more armed resource officers in schools as well as arming and training teachers as a way to keep students safe. Democrats countered with the narratives that “more guns” is schools only makes students less safe and that good guys with guns can’t possibly stop bad guys with guns. These things are completely false, but some people actually believe the crap that liberals try to push. With that in mind, a school in Pennsylvania has decided the best way to deal with a school shooter is to arm students with rocks. I am not making this up.
Hey, anyone want to play ‘Rock, Scissors, Firearm’?
The meeting, which was described as a non-partisan briefing for students, parents, and staff members from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who are attending the #MarchForOurLives, was quickly exposed as being hijacked by Democratic Party top brass and fraught with extreme anti-conservative bias, misappropriation of school resources, and heavy-handed coaching for students when dealing with the media.
A Southern California teacher who was recorded bashing the U.S. military in a profane classroom rant was fired Tuesday evening.
At Edina’s Highlands Elementary School, for example, K-2 students participate in the Melanin Project. The children trace their hands, color them to reflect their skin tone, and place the cut-outs on a poster reading, “Stop thinking your skin color is better than anyone elses!-[sic] Everyone is special!”
Prairie Middle School Principal David Gonzalez, Prairie Middle Assistant Principal Adrienne Macintosh and counselor Cheryl Somers have been indicted by the Arapahoe County District Attorney’s office for failure to report, a class 3 misdemeanor.
An assistant professor at the University of Iowa who pledged to expose her students to “their own white ignorance” in a “peer-reviewed academic journal” was stunned and appalled that she was, well, criticized for it.
Schools are being issued with guidance about RE trips after it emerged some parents are refusing to allow children to visit mosques.
Families have the right to withdraw pupils from visits to places of worship. Some cite costs, while others are concerned about safety or a ‘political agenda’.
Do they take these same children to churches or synagogues? Hell no, the Muslims would have a fit.
“I will always call on my black women students first,” McKellop wrote on Twitter. “Other POC [people of color] get second tier priority. WW [White women] come next. And, if I have to, white men.”
“My black women students? My black women students”? Doesn’t that smack of racism and implied slavery?
The backlash from parents was intense.
The same kind of “racist” books President Obama recommended.
Instead of learning to respect the historic, written words of one of our country’s most important documents, students in one teacher’s class at Salk Elementary School were taught an adulterated version in which the teacher inserted “gender-neutral” terms.
A new fifth grade teacher at Canopy Oaks Elementary is asking students to use gender-neutral pronouns in the classroom.
Math and science teacher Chloe Bressack sent the request home in a letter to parents headlined “About Mx. Bressack.”
“… my pronouns are ‘they, them, their’ instead of ‘he, his, she, hers.’ I know it takes some practice for it to feel natural,” the letter reads, “but students catch on pretty quickly.”