A police officer in New Bedford, Massachusetts is upset at this daughter’s school after a second grade class was allowed to carry out a protest of recent grand jury decisions in Ferguson, MO and New York, NY, off school property, during school hours and without parents permission.
According to WHDH:
“They couldn’t do anything that would be anti-police or anti-any particular people. The scholars agreed to that and they asked the principal for permission as well,” Will Gardner, executive director of the Alma Del Mar Charter School, said.
One parent, a police officer in town, saw the protesting students in front of the school as he drove by.
“Having the children off school property without any parental permission slip is inexcusable,” Officer George Borden said. “I found that extremely upsetting, multiple people I’ve spoken to felt the same way, I’ve shown them pictures of this.”
Gardner said that teachers at the school are instructed not to teach their personal politics in their classrooms.
Borden also said his daughter is now questioning his occupation due to what she learned in her second grade class.
Courtesy of Controversial Times