Fox – Children at Park Elementary School went home with a letter today explaining there was a disruption in school. Seven year old Josh Welch, and his father, say the disruption lead to a two day suspension for the second grader in Brooklyn Park. Academics are hard for Josh, who suffers from ADHD, but he excels in art class. It is Josh’s own creativity that may have gotten him into trouble. At Park Elementary school, Josh was enjoying his breakfast pastry when he decided to try and shape it into a mountain. Josh said, “It was already a rectangle and I just kept on biting it and biting it and tore off the top and it kinda looked like a gun but it wasn’t.” Josh takes full responsibly for trying to shape his breakfast pastry, but admits it was in innocent fun. He told FOX45, “All I was trying to do was turn it into a mountain but, it didn’t look like a mountain really and it turned out to be a gun kinda.” When his teacher saw the strawberry tart he knew he was in trouble, he recalls, “She was pretty mad…and I think I was in big trouble.” Josh’s dad received a phone call from the school saying that Josh has been suspended for two days because he took his breakfast pastry and fashioned it into a gun. Josh’s dad was astounded to learn the school chose such a harsh punishment, even after no one was hurt.
Another day, another kid getting suspended from school for doing absolutely nothing wrong. It’s a pop tart guys. It’s a fucking pop tart. How good of a gun could you make out of a pop tart? It would just be an “L” right? We’re suspending kids for turning their breakfast pastries into “L’s” now? It’s legitimate psychotic behavior being shown by schools these days. The kids fucking 7 years old. He doesn’t know shit about life. Dude is chewing food into shapes for fun and we’re just assuming right away that it’s with malicious intent? Pretty unreal stuff. And what’s up with automatic suspensions for things like this? How about just talking to him instead of immediately giving him the boot? I’ll tell ya what, if they were suspending kids for making food into guns when I was in school then I would have done it every fucking week. Pop tarts, sandwiches, Fruit Roll ups, whatever. I’m making that shit into a glock and enjoying my two day vacation. That’s what schools gotta learn. If you punish a kid for something everyone agrees is retarded by making him stay home and play video games all day, then the biggest loser in the whole incident is you.