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Tuesday, March 05, 2013

 

School Offers Counseling for Students Troubled by Pastry-Gun Incident


The teaches and the people who run this school should be dismissed and run out of town.  Tar and feathers needs to make a comeback.

As you know if you have been following this dramatic story unfolding in Brooklyn Park, Maryland, seven-year-old Josh Welch has been suspended for two days after he allegedly fashioned his breakfast pastry into the shape of a gun.
 
And now that the brutal rampage of Josh with his Pop Tart  is under control, it's time, according to school administrators, to call in the psychologists to council the students traumatized by pastries.

Dear Parents and Guardians:

I am writing to let you know about an incident that occurred this morning in one of our classrooms and encourage you to discuss this matter with your child in a manner you deem most appropriate.

During breakfast this morning, one of our students used food to make inappropriate gestures that disrupted the class. While no physical threats were made and no one [was] harmed, the student had to be removed from the classroom.

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As you are aware, the ... Code of Student Conduct and appropriate consequences related to violations of the code are clearly spelled out in the Student Handbook, which was sent home during the first week of school and can be found on our website, www.aacps.org....

If your children express that they are troubled by today's incident, please talk with them and help them share their feelings. Our school counselor is available to meet with any students who have the need to do so next week. In general, please remind them of the importance of making good choices.

Josh's dad seems to be the only truly sane person in this drama.
But Josh's dad is not happy saying, "I would almost call it insanity. I mean with all the potential issues that could be dealt with at school, real threats, bullies, whatever the real issue is, it's a pastry.., Ya know?"

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Comments:
"... the importance of making good choices."

The ones we approve of, naturally.
 
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