22 August 2013

Students Must Kneel Before Principal

(Insert required "there are lots of great principals" disclaimer here.)

Kids were forced to kneel with their arms upraised at the beginning of the school day in San Bernardino County, California.  The school says it's "a positive way to enforce safety," reports CBS News.  The policy has just been changed because parents got upset about it and started organizing.

The district says the principal will meet up with parents soon to discuss "concerns."  The heck?  My "concern" would be that this clown is still on staff.


  1. WTH? Wow. I don't even have words for that.

  2. I don't see how kneeling with arms raised enforces safety, it just doesn't make sense to me.
    I don't think children should be made to kneel before anyone, ever.

  3. Sounds like bullsh*t to me! Maybe the Principal thinks he's the 'be all and end all'? Not on I say.


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