Do you consider this a weapon? Is there a verity of kirpan's for children, some being more dangerous then others?
The local news was reporting that a 4th grader was in danger of disciplinary action because someone had complained about a dagger he brought to school. Then they showed this dagger, it was a small dagger shaped piece of jewelry. The school board had to get involved and it was decided it was fine for him to wear the necklace because it's for relgious reasons. I really think it's absurd this was even considered a weapon
The mom who complained said that knives aren't allowed on airplanes so they shouldn't be allowed in schools in case they ended up in the wrong hands.
Answer by Anonymous at 3:39 PM on Dec. 11, 2010
Answer by mommy_of_two388 at 3:48 PM on Dec. 11, 2010
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Answer by BridgetC140 at 3:59 PM on Dec. 11, 2010
Answer by wildflowers25 at 3:38 PM on Dec. 11, 2010
chairs can be weapons, too, so let's all sit on the floor.
Answer by autodidact at 3:41 PM on Dec. 11, 2010
Answer by okmanders at 5:35 PM on Dec. 11, 2010
That is silly. Was the boy trying to "cut" people with it? He obviously had to do something to bring attention to it. That is strange.....
Answer by Conley639 at 3:35 PM on Dec. 11, 2010