The Cliff’s Notes: Two boys were target shooting an airsoft pistol on private property about 70 yards from a bus stop before the school bus arrived to pick up the boys for school. A neighbor called police, who showed up. Cops notified the school, who suspended the kids based upon the “zero tolerance” for weapons at school.
Yes, the airsoft gun – not even a weapon – was on private property outside of school hours.
Anyway, the twits on the school board’s discipline committee voted 3-0 today to expel the boys for the entire school year.
Here’s your chance to make your voice heard.
Contact these jackwagons.
Be polite. Be firm.
Don’t make threats or use profanity.
Tell them what you think.
The Area Code for Virginia Beach, VA is 757.
Let’s rattle their cages and make them squirm. Let them feel the consequences of their hoplophobic votes.
It’s past 9pm for me, but I’ll be on them in the morning.
I’m guessing by then, their voice mail will be full, but that’s okay. That’s why they made email and text messages.
From the Daily Caller:
The Virginia Beach seventh graders who were suspended for playing with an airsoft toy gun on their own private property have now been expelled for an entire school year.
The decision was made unanimously by a disciplinary committee consisting of three members of the Virginia Beach City Public Schools board, according to local news.
Khalid Caraballo and Aidan Clark are banned from Larkspur Middle School until at least January, when a new hearing will be convened to determine whether the boys can come back to school early.
Local news reported that three members of the disciplinary committee were Dottie Holtz, Bobby Melatti and Carolyn Weems. The Daily Caller reached out to all three, but none offered to comment.
School district spokesperson Lauren Wicks said she could not officially identify the three committee members who made the decision. As such, the district declined to answer specific questions, instead releasing a statement to The Daily Caller.