The news is out: [A high school student in Georgia was suspended after she posted a photo of the school’s packed hallway when classes resumed this month. But that suspension has now been rescinded, CBS Atlanta affiliate WGCL reports.
North Paulding High School in Dallas, Georgia, faced national criticism over the viral photo that shows students shoulder-to-shoulder, with fewer than half wearing masks.
School officials initially suspended the student for five days, a family member of the student told WGCL. According to the family, the student was suspended in part due to use of a cellphone in the school hallway, filming minors, and using social media during school time. The school could not be reached for comment.
The student announced via social media on Friday, however, that the school had contacted her to reverse their decision.
“This morning my school called and they have deleted my suspension,” she wrote.
“To be 100% clear, I can go back to school on Monday. I couldn’t have done this without all the support, thank you.”]
Use your suspension to find a good lawyer. Sue the school officials responsible for violating your Constitutional rights.
In the first place, God made idiots. That was for practice. Then he made school boards. (Mark Twain)