The Blair High School Class of 2017 students made a request to leave an open chair for their classmate Trent Hill who died in an a car wreck. The school says no. READ STORY HERE
Government Schools are always trying to teach students about caring for others, being open minded and respecting others, especially those who have faced crisis and heartbreak. These are good characteristics we all should be conscious of.
I didn't know that all that respect and remembrance only counts when it's government approved.
Over the years I've seen government stand by and allow and in some cases encourage students to walk out of class to support; Black Lives Matter, the election of Donald Trump, gay and transgender rights (whatever that is) and a variety of leftist moon bat causes. I guess these are approved causes.
Blair High School is not only denying the request of these kids but threatening them with "not letting them graduate" or "not giving them their diploma" if they creatively "make" an open seat on their own in an act of resistance. (I thought this was supposed to be the "summer of resistance")
That's pretty bad when government schools refuse to fail students, using social promotion to advance students who in some cases can't read.
Now graduates are being threatened they simply desire to honor a friend who can only be with them in spirit.