Texas 4th-Grader Suspended Because School Officials Were Afraid He Would Make Classmate ‘Disappear’ With Magic Ring


 

 

Liberal lunacy is running rampant across America and it’s ever prevalent in the public education system, as one family has discovered on several occasions.  The Steward family has already been subjected to a fair amount of absurdity from the Kermit school district since moving to Kermit only six months ago.

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Aiden Steward, 9, pictured on the right with a sibling, at the Texas school district. COURTESY JASON STEWARD

In the latest incident, their son Aiden Steward , 9, A boy in Texas has been suspended after he told a classmate he could make him “disappear” with a magic ring from the fictional Lord of the Rings films.

He had recently watched a film from the Hobbit series of movies with his family and returned to school excited and imaginative. He playfully made the comment to his classmate while pretending to wield the powers of the magic ring. Aiden was subsequently suspended for making a “terroristic threat” towards the student.

Aiden’s father, Jason Steward, is understandably furious over the incident. “It sounded unbelievable […] he didn’t mean anything by it.”



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Image source: Google

“Kids act out movies that they see,” Steward continued. “When I watched Superman as a kid, I went outside and tried to fly.”

Aiden was suspended twice before the ring incident – once for referring to a fellow student as “black,” and a second time for bringing his favorite book, The Big Book of Knowledge, with him to school.

“He loves that book. They were studying the solar system and he took it to school. He thought his teacher would be impressed,” Steward said.

The school’s principal, Roxanne Greer, declined to comment on the incident. Greer said that all student-related matters are “confidential.”

Jason Steward reportedly requested something in writing from the school confirming his son’s suspension and explaining why they suspended him. He was later told that they would put a letter in the mail.

“I assure you my son lacks the magical powers necessary to threaten his friend’s existence,” Steward wrote in an email. “If he did, I’m sure he’d bring him right back.”

Sources: New York Daily News, Odessa American





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