Thursday, April 24, 2008

Deliberate Silence Could Be Considered a Disruption

The 12th annual Day of Silence is tomorrow.

APS High schoolers may or may not participate in this
nationwide effort to promote tolerance.

If they do,

Rigo Chavez
says their deliberate silence could be considered
a disruption of class, subject to disciplinary action
under district policy.

Students who give their teachers all manner of crap, and
otherwise chronically disrupt the educational environment,
will continue to enjoy their exception to disciplinary action
under district policy (as it is currently enforced).

It is unclear whom Rigo Chavez is speaking for, exactly.

Since Winston Brooks' teat is already in the wringer for
his "homo humor", LINK perhaps this would be a good time
for him to step up and say something.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Every year I let kids participate in's no big deal!I, for one, appreciate the monentary silences!
--An APS instructor