School Calls Police on 9 Year Old for Talking About Junk Food! INSANE!

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Don’t let your child talk about junk food at William P. Tatem Elementary School in New Jersey, especially brownies! They call the police!

They called the police after a third-grade student made a comment about them being served in class and another student called the remark “racist.”

The school called the police! The police referred the family to CPS! Furious yet?

Don't let your child talk about junk food at William P. Tatem Elementary School in New Jersey, especially brownies!They call the police!

It seems the school calls the police a lot and the chief of police has been encouraging it. It is reported that the police have been showing up at the school sometimes 5 times a day!

The boy’s mother called the school’s response was a complete overreaction and is that an understatement!

“He said they were talking about brownies. … Who exactly did he offend?” she told Philly.com.

After Police contacted the boy’s father they referred the incident to the New Jersey Division of Child Protection and Permanency.

“I’m not comfortable with the administration,” she told Philly.com. “I don’t trust them, and neither does my child. He was intimidated, obviously. There was a police officer with a gun in the holster talking to my son, saying, ‘Tell me what you said.’ He didn’t have anybody on his side.”

Don't let your child talk about junk food at William P. Tatem Elementary School in New Jersey, especially brownies!They call the police!

Call the school: Phone: (856) 962-5704 Email the Principle:  jmcpartland@collsk12.org

Call the district! (856) 962-5700  Email the Superintendent! Dr. Scott A. Oswald Superintendent soswald@collsk12.org Mrs. Anita Genca Administrative Assistant agenca@collsk12.org

Our schools are out of control!

It seems that they have a real bad habit of calling the police for ever little situation that comes up!

The Washington Times reports:

This is not the first time William P. Tatem and other schools in the district have called police on their own students.

After a May 25 meeting with the police department and the prosecutor’s office, school officials were told to report any incidents that could be considered criminal.

Police Chief Kevin Carey said that includes something “as minor as a simple name-calling incident that the school would typically handle internally,” Philly.com reported.

Superintendent Scott Oswald estimated that officers were called to district schools as many as five times on some days. Outraged parents have been lobbying elected officials to put an end to the practice.

Insane! This shows weakness on behalf of the school!

I recently reported: School Sends Sheriff to Child’s Home! “Stop Sharing Bible Verses After School!”

I wish I could say that this is an isolated incident, but it is more like an epidemic! A quick Google search of “child arrested at school” will give you an unnerving plethora of incidents where the schools, instead of handling their problems in-house, are instead, wasting taxpayer resources by passing the buck.

The parents of an autistic boy sued his school for having him arrested. A 6 year old student was arrested in Georgia in 2012 for a temper tantrum. LewRockwell reported on “10 Disgusting Examples of Very Young School Children Being Arrested, Handcuffed and Brutalized By Police”. Who could forget 8th grader Jared Marcum being arrested for wearing a 2nd Amendment shirt to school and refusing to allow a rogue teacher to walk all over his 1st Amendment rights.

It is definitely a huge and increasing problem, but the cause is actually quite alarming! An easy illustration will point out the real problem we are having. Fix it, fix the problem.

Any educator knows that first year teachers, being new and inexperienced, tend to send a lot of children to the principals office. As they grow and become stronger, they learn how to deal effectively with most discipline problems within the classroom. A strong and experienced teacher rarely has to send basic problems up the chain of command and are able to handle most situations themselves.

For decades, schools handled most problems “in-house”. Somehow, over the last couple of decades, we have hired a LOT of inexperienced and inept school officials who can, like that first year teacher, no longer handle the basic problems that arise when they are educating students. These school officials, instead of handling these situations in-house, have resorted to passing the problem on to the tax payer via law enforcement. School officials who are unable to handle basic discipline problems such as this one should be asked to immediately resign based on incompetence. Fire a few administrators and you will find the rest finding the ability to handle their problems on their own.

Morons!

Call the school: Phone: (856) 962-5704 Email the Principle:  jmcpartland@collsk12.org

Call the district! (856) 962-5700  Email the Superintendent! Dr. Scott A. Oswald Superintendent soswald@collsk12.org Mrs. Anita Genca Administrative Assistant agenca@collsk12.org

Our schools are out of control!

 

 

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Scott Osborn is a Writer, Preacher, Political activist, as well as the Social Media Director for the TV Comedy Show, The Flipside with Michael Loftus. Scott hosts several radio shows, including the wildly popular “Conover U” starring Rodney Lee & the Preacher..

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