THE GREAT PUBLIC SCHOOL EXPERIMENT: Student Ordered To Remove Her NRA T-Shirt
Sophomore Haley Bullwinkle said when she wore her NRA shirt to Canyon High School last month, she landed in the principal’s office for violating the school’s dress code that forbids offensive, violent or divisive clothing.
“They were treating me like I was a criminal,” she said. “I was not allowed to wear that at school because it promoted gun violence.”
It’s Canyon High School in Anaheim Hills. The principal’s name is Kimberly Fricker. Even more disgraceful, she attributes the ban to “school police.”
This part of the article caught my eye:
The girl’s father, who has retained an attorney, now wants to know how the school defines violence. He said the drill team is allowed to twirl fake rifles and the mascot is a Comanche.
GOOD. It’s time parents start punching back twice as hard.
UPDATE: The school sounds retreat.
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