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12-Year-Old Boy Suspended From School For Having Toy Gun During Virtual Class

A 12-year-old boy was suspended from virtual class and had the cops called on him by a teacher who noticed he had a toy Nerf gun.


The criticisms that can be made about the current public school system are endless.

It’s tough for parents, who obviously aren’t present at the school, and worry about what teachers are actually teaching their kids.

Apparently though, virtual school isn’t much better, as now teachers can overstep so far as to invade the boundaries a child’s home life.

That’s exactly what happened to 12-year-old Isaiah Elliott, a seventh-grade student in Colorado Springs.

Isaiah was attending his third day of virtual learning at Grand Mountain School from the comfort of his own home, when a teacher noticed Isaiah playing with a neon green toy gun.

The teacher told the vice principle, who called the cops to Isaiah’s home for a “wellness check.” 

Heaven forbid the liberal school system allow a middle school boy to act like a boy within the comforts of his own home. 

Now Isaiah’s family, who feel the school crossed a line, is looking to move the boy to a charter or private school.



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