posted on Oct, 6 2013 @ 03:46 PM
Yup, it has finally arrived!
The most dangerous, insidious and controversial game ever played by kids World wide has finally been taken to the spot light and I for one am so
I can't tell you how many TAG related incidents I've witnessed in my life time where a child has suffered life threatening injuries or people running
to their homes in terror of these mad PACKS (yes, the term PACK is used) of kidlets and what they might do. We can now all rest easy and sleep well at
night once more.
Damn, I'm tired of this crap.
You be the judge...
GRAND RAPIDS, MI - A Zeeland elementary school is clarifying its new "No Tag, No Chasing" policy, which is aimed at stopping behavior during the
game that was deemed too rough for kindergartners. On Wednesday, Oct. 2, New Groningen kindergarten teachers sent home a letter alerting parents to
the policy. It described the problem of children "running in packs, pushing, knocking other children over, and making the game dangerous."
On Thursday, Oct. 3, a follow up letter was sent home with students clarifying the policy after the "no tag" rule created a bit of controversy. "We
want our children to treat each other with respect, kindness, and with safety in mind," said Ginger Smith, community relations manager for Zeeland
Public Schools, on Friday.
edit on 6-10-2013 by jude11 because: (no reason given)