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You really can't do ANYTHING in schools today without getting suspended, huh?
Six-year-old Hunter Yelton is a first grader in Canon City, Colorado. Last week, he was sitting next to a girl in music class. Even though they're six, they say they're each other's boyfriend and girlfriend . . . and Hunter gave her a kiss on the hand.
The teacher saw, sent him to the principal's office, and his mother was called in. And even though the girl was totally fine with Hunter kissing her hand . . . he was SUSPENDED from school.
He's also going to get a mark on his permanent record for SEXUAL HARASSMENT.
The school says what he did fits under their definition of sexual harassment . . . they ban all kissing at school. They say Hunter's also gotten in trouble before for kissing the same girl on the cheek.
My wife and I both got letters from our colleges asking for money. The school is looking for winter tips!
If your former College/university sends you a letter wanting money, do you feel obligated to send them money? Didn't you already pay for your education? Where is all the money that pours into these schools going?
How is this harming your kid? Please explain!