6-Year-Old Suspended from School for Playing with Imaginary Weapon

Yeah, how dare a kid imagine anything outside of what can done with a number 2 pencil and some filled-in bubbles. It’s not like our education system is an embarrassment compared to the rest of the first world already. Now these champions of childhood education be pullin’ s**t like suspending a toddler for 3 days for playing with an imaginary bow and arrow.

A 6-year-old boy is facing a three-day suspension from school because he pretended to shoot an imaginary bow and arrow during recess. The boy’s parents, Matthew and Martha Miele, told WLWT-TV their son was pretending to be a Power Ranger. When a teacher at his school noticed him pretending to shoot a bow and arrow, she took the boy to the principal’s office.

The young boy’s parents were then called and told the boy was being suspended for making threatening gestures.

“I have no tolerance for any real, pretend, or imitated violence. The punishment is an out of school suspension,” a letter from the principal read.

Wow. Literally all over the country kids are being bullied until they kill themselves and this is the kind of s**t Principal Numbnuts over there is interested in policing? Are you serious? Have they ever even seen a little boy in real life before? Little boys are animals. They are lucky this kid wasn’t eating his own snot or trying to light another kid on fire. Said the boy’s mother to WLWT-TV,

“I can’t stop him from pretending to be a super hero. I can’t stop him from playing Ninja Turtles. I can’t stop him from doing these things and I don’t think it would be healthy to do so.”

True story.

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MIndy O
MIndy O
7 years ago

That is pathetic that the little boy got in trouble for doing what little boys are hard wired to do. Back in the caveman days, I’m pretty sure that the men tended to be the ones who would go out and hunt and fight. I remember years back when my then kindergarten boy and his friend got in trouble for pretending little twigs were guns. I certainly wouldn’t mind if teachers discussed violence and the difference between pretend and real along with ways to handle disputes. But getting in trouble for imaginary guns, that is ridiculous.

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