Suspending a baby from college for bringing an precise weapon is affordable. Alternatively suspending them for bringing a Nerf gun? That’s what came about to as a minimum one Georgia fourth-grader who brought the toy to his faculty for exhibit-and-inform; he was suspended from faculty for three days (later modified to an in-faculty suspension).

Yet again, for a Nerf gun.

Scott McDonald bought a phone name from his son Ramsey’s faculty just a few weapon he introduced to school. He stated, “they requested me if I used to be mindful. I asked them what it was once they on a regular basis mentioned it used to be as soon as a plastic Nerf gun.”

He did say he wouldn’t have allowed his son to convey the Nerf gun to college had he known about it. Ramsey received the three days of suspension, but the school superintendent denied they ever thought to be the Nerf gun to be “unhealthy.”

[h/t Gawker]
[image by way of Scott McDonald]

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