During The Pledge, Teacher Has To Be Forced To Leave Boy

During The Pledge, Teacher Has To Be Forced To Leave Boy

During The Pledge, Teacher Has To Be Forced To Leave Boy

Chaney said that sitting during the pledge is making a statement that he does not approve of what the American flag stands for or how his ancestors were treated.

He stated to media outlet Local 4 News in Detroit, "The teacher consultant comes up behind me and snatches me out of my chair violently ..." Stone said he felt his rights were violated when he didn't stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

Stone Chaney, 11, started school at East Middle School in Farming only last week, but already his parents are considering placing him at another educational institution.

The superintendent of Farmington Public Schools released a statement detailing that the district does support the right of students to opt out of the pledge, announcing that it was conducting an investigation and that the teacher involved has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome. He says students have the right to skip the Pledge of Allegiance. His father addressed the district directly at its last board meeting, defending his son's right to do what he wishes when the pledge is being spoken.

"I don't feel safe going to that school anymore because I don't know what they're going to do next", Stone said. Stone hasn't gone back to school, but they're probably going to leave the district.

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"I was confused when it happened because I didn't know what was going on".

Stone said the next day he reprimanded once again for the same infraction, telling the broadcaster that a different teacher began yelling at him.

A teacher in eastern MI has been placed on administrative leave after she was accused of "violently snatching" a sixth-grade student from his chair as he stayed seated for the Pledge of Allegiance. Chaney's father said that he is not comfortable sending his son back to the school.

Heitsch said the district supports each student's right to decide whether to participate in the Pledge of Allegiance. "I don't make him sit". He attends East Middle School in the Farmington district. They said that they will likely pull Stone out of the district entirely.

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