Remember the students who were expelled for making the movie about teddy bears attacking a teacher? Well a Federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction requiring the school to lift their expulsion and allow them to make up any work they missed. The judge also had some words for the students:
The judge said the movie was “vulgar,” “tasteless,” “humiliating” and “obscene,” but ruled that school officials did not prove it disrupted school.
The judge said she did not believe it was a coincidence that the teacher in the movie had the same name as a math teacher at Knightstown Intermediate School. She urged the teens to apologize to the teacher and the school administration.
“School officials need to know you’ve learned a lesson,” Barker said.
Sounds reasonable to me.