Students at the Miller Elementary in Warner Robins, Georgia haven’t even been back to school for a week before a 4th grader was suspended for bringing a nerf gun to school according to 13WMAZ.
Ramsey McDonald, a 4th grader at Miller Elementary, was given the assignment to bring in your favorite toys to talk about. For Ramsey, it was his iPad and his blue and orange nerf gun.
The boy told his father that he was bringing his iPad and several other of this favorite toys to school
The assignment was to help the kids get to know each other during the first week of school. When school officials saw the nerf gun, they called Ramey’s father and asked him if he was aware that his son brought a weapon to school.
When the father asked what weapon his son took to school he was told, “a plastic nerf gun”.
The school initially gave Ramsey a 3 day suspension but later it reduced to three days of in-school suspension. He will also have a notation on his academic record that he brought a weapon into a school.
The boy said that he didn’t think that the plastic nerf gun was a weapon or he wouldn’t have brought it to school.
Well, he was right. A nerf gun isn’t a weapon, no matter what school officials say.
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