5 Year Old School Girl Suspended from Kindergarten After Threatening to Shoot Another Girl with Pink Hello Kitty Toy gun that Blows Soapy Bubbles (VIDEO)
HELLO KITTY TERROR THREAT: HAS THIS COUNTRY LOST ITS FRIGGING MIND, GOOD GRIEF WHAT HAPPENED TO THE COUNTRY I GREW UP IN?
A 5 year old girl was suspended for 10 days after making a “terroristic” threat after she threatened to shoot another girl with a ‘HELLO KITTY’ toy gun that blows soap bubbles. UNBELIEVABLE. If this was not so pathetic, it would be funny. Pardon my French, but how in the F@%# can a 5 year old make a terroristic threat with a pink toy? Oh wait, the school has come to their senses, NOT, and her punishment was reduced to two days and had the incident dropped to ‘threatening to harm another student.’ This is beyond absurd. This just goes to show what kind of fools we have working in schools these days. I would dare say that it was more harmful for the teacher who called out the girl in front of her class and told her police may get involved was more menacing than anything the 5 year old did.
A 5-year-old Pennsylvania girl who told another girl she was going to shoot her with a pink Hello Kitty toy gun that blows soapy bubbles has been suspended from kindergarten.
Her family has hired an attorney to fight the punishment, which initially was 10 days for issuing a ‘terroristic threat.’ But her punishment was reduced to two days after her mother met with school officials and had the incident dropped to ‘threatening to harm another student,’ which apparently carries a lesser punishment.
“It’s laughable,” Robin Ficker, the girl’s attorney told FoxNews.com. “This is a girl who had no idea about killing or what happened in Connecticut.”
Just curious, how can it be considered making a threat to another student if one actually shot some one with a Hello Kitty water gun with soap bubbles could cause absolutely no harm? But these are the over-reacting brain surgeons we have taking care of our children these days.
Posted January 20, 2013 by Scared Monkeys
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Brain surgeons? Your sarcasm is noted. How about liberal know nothings that have little capacity to think for themselves.
If one of her students actually brought a gun shaped water pistol to school and pointed it at her she would need to go to the hospital for fear therapy.
If that were in fact all there was to the story, then yes, that is insane. However, it is easy for people who have not taught in schools to speculate and judge. I would not be surprised if the the school had just made a big deal over no toy weapons being allowed in school, and putting their foot down about threats of any kind because, after all, it is the school’s responsibility to prevent bullying, which is completely pervasive. Bully prevention is a big deal in all schools, and since teachers can’t dedicate ALL of their time teaching every kid what’s appropriate and what’s not in every situation(like parents would be able to), there have to unfortunately be some rules. And then kids doing this stuff just to see what will happen, all the while threatening to sue the teacher. I have seen 5 year olds tell teachers to go to hell and they will sue if the teacher tells them something. The fact the parents are suing the school says a lot (about THEM and what they teach their kid). It’s not always what the media makes it out to be.
SM: She was 5, sorry, a 5 year old has no concept what a threat is.
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No, but they have a great concept of trying to get away with something a grown up just told them not to. What is the rule at that school? Are kids allowed to bring toy guns to school to play with? If they are allowed, is it allowed to pretend shoot each other? All I’m saying is it can be twisted to sound like the school is suspending a kid for playing with a toy, but I am sure there is more to it than that. I’ve worked in schools for years, and I have known 5 year olds to kick, bite, punch and threaten teachers, let alone kids. It’s like saying this kid who shot his family is only 15. 15 year olds don’t do this sort of thing. he’s just a kid.when is the right time to start teaching play shooting each other is not ok? or noticing a kid’s serious mental issues?
SM: Sorry, but this is the ridiculousness that we raise children under today and we wonder why they are so screwed up and cannot cope with anything. It is just this type of BS that causes it. If anyone took this approach when I was that age the principles office would have had more kids in it than the class rooms. Last time I checked, no one from my Elementary school was a crazed gun shooter.
This nonsense is as bad as the one teacher who tried to suspend a 6 year old for the hug they received stating that it was sexual. Teacher and school officials need to get a grip and put context to the issues at hand. A 5 year old making a terrorist threat, so you don’t think that’s over the top, eh? BTW, this is not about you, this is about this foolish school official who completely over-reacted.
No, I do agree with what you are saying, absolutely. But back in the day when we didn’t have all this BS going on in schools, we also would not have dreamed of bringing a toy to school, because we had actual school work to be done. I also had a bus driver molest me and a well-loved older male teacher spank my butt with his bare hand in private when no one was there to witness it because I was waiting in the hall by the office. (I was there because I was selected as a street patrol, and was waiting to meet my trainer, but he did not ask or let me speak. He just started wailing on my butt. Heaven forbid a child be allowed to sit in a chair by the office without a pass) I WISH my parents would have sued, but my mom always said, whatever trouble you get in at school it will be twice as bad at home. So I never told. So, yes, it is over the top and rediculous, but there does have to be SOME rules. And like at the airport, if you let little Suzie play with a pink bubble gun, you have to let little Butch bring his plastic AK47, or it not “fair”. Yes, it is stupid, but it’s also stupid the school has to even THINK about toy guns, sexual misconduct, or the utter disrespect shown by parents. But they do. If you were a teacher, you would see the utter rediculousness and disrespect that is shown to teachers, with hands tied, which is why stuff like this comes out in the news, that yes, the kids and parents won’t learn or listen, so across the board, no guns or touching. I agree the pink bubble gun girl should have just been told to leave it athome next time and the hugging should be allowed…but I can understand the frustration on the school’s end. Can you not? It gets old, as a teacher. Especially the bullying BS. It is how our times are now. When do we get to teach, having to handle all this dysfunction?
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