Suspension lifted for imaginary “bow and arrow” student at York County school

The Rutherford Institute, a civil rights organization, says officials at South Eastern District in Fawn Grove, York County have agreed to rescind their suspension of a 10 year old boy who was penalized under a school zero tolerance policy for shooting an imaginary “arrow” at a fellow classmate using nothing more than his hands and his imagination. It happened in the week of October 14th last year.

According to the institute, school officials agreed to remove the suspension of Johnny Jones, a fifth grader at South Eastern Middle School, after a face to face meeting with his mother arranged by attorneys on both sides.

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