KID SUSPENDED FROM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOR 'PRETENDING' TO HAVE A BOW AND ARROW
A 10-year-old boy was suspended from a Fawn Grove, PA elementary school for pretending to shoot his friend with an imaginary bow and arrow.
The 5th grader violated the schools zero tolerance for weapons policy when he drew back an imaginary bow and shot an arrow into his friend while pretending to be his favorite superhero.
He was suspended for one day and threatened with expulsion for "making a threat" towards another student using a "replica or representation of a firearm."
Lawyers (the Rutherford Institute) are defending the boy and asking the Superintendent the take away the suspension and wipe it from his record.