Not a whole lot of info in the story.
That was all I have.
I dunno if there is any more.
My take it was stupid and lacked judgement on the kids side
of thing especially seeing there was a recent school shooting.
Was there a shooting in that school
I guess thay did not expect the school to be spying on Facebook.
Altho I object to our servants getting out-of-line,
I can t really object to the results, inasmuch as
thay only gave the students a vacation
Its not likely to be deducted from their pay!?
Thay have the opportunity to have fun n relax
U might expect that hearing of this, ALL
of the students
woud go on Facebook posing with toy guns.
When I went to school, I never got suspended (little controversy arose),
but if I had been, then I imagine that I 'd have liked
the time off.
I took a lot of days off anyway.
Whether they get suspended or not --- not really sure on that side
of things as there really is not much info. But what the school should
do upon immediately hearing seeing such thing - is to interview
the kids and talk with their parents. As soon as they realize it is
harmless, make clear communication with students/parents.
feel threatened, then Y not just
call the police??? That 's THEIR
The thing is even though this is done off school grounds - it impacts
the school once the picture has the word homecoming within it - the
words along with dressing for homecoming links the picture with
the school. So from there the school needs to be involved.
In my opinion, thay shud have treated the situation the same as if
the posers were not
members of the school.
I suspect that the school was being DISINGENUOUS
whether thay were being threatened with functional weapons;
it reminds me of a graduating girl in another school,
who was joining the Army after her graduation,
and she posed for a Yearbook picture on a US Army Abrams Battle Tank.
The politically correct school ostracized her, excluding her from graduation,
as if she were threatening them with that tank. Those school officials
shud have been demoted a few steps in rank.
If it had been up to me, thay woud have been.