In March of 2013, 2nd grader Joshua Welch was suspended from Park Elementary School after he chewed his pastry into the shape of a gun and pretended to fire it.
His dad took the matter to court to get the pastry suspension reversed and removed from his son’s record.
An idiot judge has upheld the pastry suspension.
The school released a statement: “We have believed from the outset that the actions of the school staff were not only appropriate and consistent, but in the best interests of all students.”
Morons! All of them! It was a pastry!
“No violence, no real weapon, no ammunition,” the family’s attorney, Robin Ficker, said. Ficker says there is no reason why the school shouldn’t just reverse the suspension.
The Washington Post reports:
The case started less than three months after the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., at a time of heightened sensitivities about guns in schools. A string of D.C.-area children were suspended around the time for imaginary or toy guns.
The boy was suspended when he was a second-grader at Anne Arundel’s Park Elementary School. According to school officials, the child nibbled his breakfast bar into the shape of a gun and exclaimed: “Look, I made a gun!” He then allegedly aimed the pastry at other students at their desks and in a nearby hallway.
The school claims that the boy had many other discipline incidents, 20 to be exact. Thank you Anne Arundel’s Park Elementary School for giving me some great ammunition! (Pun intended)
YOU MORONS!!! Then why had he not been suspended sooner? YOU chose this silly thing to suspend him for? That makes you even more of a bunch of idiots!!
He probably had plenty of other reasons to suspend him and you chose this particular one because it involved the word “GUN”
You are weak!
Josh Welch, who was suspended March 1 from Park Elementary School in Brooklyn Park for making a gun shape with his Pop-Tart, was presented with a $550 lifetime membership to the NRA by state House Minority Leader Nicholaus Kipke, R-Pasadena, during a Wednesday night fundraiser for Anne Arundel County Republicans, The Baltimore Sun reported Thursday.