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May 12th, 2011
Two Middle School Students Were Suspended For Making 'Obscene Gestures' On the Bus

--Last Thursday, two 13-year-old boys were on the school bus, headed for Canal Winchester Middle School in central Ohio.  Their names haven't been released.  But on the bus, both of the boys let out some FLATULENCE.

--As you'd expect, the kids on the bus didn't just sit there, stone-faced, staring straight ahead . . . they laughed and yelled and opened windows.

--Apparently, this wasn't the first time these two boys had passed gas on the bus . . . they'd done it a few weeks earlier.  The bus driver had warned them not to do it again.  But they did.

--So when they got to the school, the bus driver reported them to the vice principal.  And he gave both boys mandatory ONE-DAY SUSPENSIONS from the bus for, quote, "obscene gestures in violation of the student code of conduct."

--James Nichols is the father of one of the boys.  He says the school, quote, "suggested [his] son should hold his gas on this hour-long bus ride if, in fact, he has gas." 
 


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Old school - 2011-05-16
I am a 33 year old mother with two children and I can remember what the school bus was like when I was a kid. If passing gas was all the kids did on the bus, then I think we were being pretty good. Lol Teachers need to get a grip and stop finding every little reason to suspend or expell.
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