"When it comes to things such as a plastic toy gun, I don't think we should go over the deep end in our administering of that policy. I think we need to use good common sense and treat a child as his or her age appropriate way," said Kleinsmith.
The superintendent says they're reviewing their zero tolerance policy now for clarification when it comes to weapons, real or fake.
Districts in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Massachusetts have suspended or threatened to suspend students for minor infractions involving pretend weapons.
Sunday, March 3, 2013
District reviews policy after kids suspended over pretend weapons
Nice to see there is SOME sanity out there. Just not enough of it.