posted on Aug, 22 2013 @ 11:50 PM
reply to post by Kmhotaru
Thanks for the reply, K. The flyer author did sound like they knew about the kneeling for "safety", but to me it doesn't sound like the reasons
for "safety" were clear in his/her mind. Either they didn't talk to the principal directly or there was some kind of miscommunication if he/she
Sure sounded like the author was already paranoid about nefarious reasons for the kneeling, what with the last underlined bold statement being, "Is
it ok for your son and/or daughter to kneel down to them?" It sure sounds like the flyer was given out to inform parents that their student was
somehow genuflecting obsequiously to a powerful official.
I don't know if the intent of the author was to inform more than parents, but once it hit the internet the author's delusional opinion was loaded
upon with more hot button this and that. Now the world is filled with that much more anger over nothing. Such craziness.
That poor new principal, thinking he was implementing something good, instead got trashed in public due to someone's delusional thinking. You'ld
have to be crazy to want to be a principal nowadays.
If a parent has these concerns, isn't there a school parent group to address issues like this? Well, at least the students don't have to kneel. In
my day, 50 years ago, all we did was "freeze" when the bell rang and then start walking back to class when the bell ended.
Well, that new principal just had a big lesson.