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Old 06-30-2013, 01:10 PM   #11
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A Federal Civil Rights law suit against the teacher and the school district should get the attention of the anti's.
I saw a story on this yesterday, and they are suing the teacher and the school district.

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My son just finished middle school. He would wear t shirts with video game logos on them. He is a Halo and Call of Duty fan. There is one teacher there that doesn't like it. That teacher has told him several times to stop wearing those shirts. One time he was wearing a shirt that had the Halo emblem and a lightning bolt type of thing coming down out of the sky. That one didn't even have a weapon on it. She complained about it too. I told him to simply say the he is exercising his right to freedom of speech. She has bothered him many times. But it never gone beyond the two of them. We have never even been notified.


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My son just finished middle school. He would wear t shirts with video game logos on them. He is a Halo and Call of Duty fan. There is one teacher there that doesn't like it. That teacher has told him several times to stop wearing those shirts. One time he was wearing a shirt that had the Halo emblem and a lightning bolt type of thing coming down out of the sky. That one didn't even have a weapon on it. She complained about it too. I told him to simply say the he is exercising his right to freedom of speech. She has bothered him many times. But it never gone beyond the two of them. We have never even been notified.
Rick, i would think about having a long talk with the principal. it's quite possible you son is not the only one, and if his shirts are in line with the dress code, that teacher is overstepping their boundaries.
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Yeah, exactly where can they draw the line? IMO, a shirt with F**K! on it is too much. But a video game or NRA shirt is no problem. If it were me, I'd go see the teacher THEN the principal, and tell them both they better back off. And get their dress code in my hand in writing, and signed by both.
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Yeah, exactly where can they draw the line? IMO, a shirt with F**K! on it is too much. But a video game or NRA shirt is no problem. If it were me, I'd go see the teacher THEN the principal, and tell them both they better back off. And get their dress code in my hand in writing, and signed by both.
Exactly right! If the shirt complies with the dress code then the shirt is none of this teacher's business.


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