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One Million Moms Against Gun Control asks for your help - News/Current Events - GOP Briefing Room
We have recently become aware of a situation in Baltimore Maryland that deserves attention.
IT IS TIME TO ACT!
Joshua Welch, a 7 year old boy that goes to school at Park Elementary which is part of the Anne Arrundel County Public School System was recently suspended from school for 2 days after fashioning what school officials say was a weapon out of a Pop Tart.
Yes, you heard right, they say he made a gun out of a Pop Tart!
This list goes on....but we want you to also know that not only did the School grossly over react, but now they have entered a negative mark on Joshua's PERMANENT record!
We at One Million Moms Against Gun Control, first and foremost are MOMS! And we know that raising children is hard enough without schools and school boards making things even harder for our kids. This is why we urge you to STAND UP, and make a difference. We are launching a letter and email campaign and URGE you to lend a hand. We want YOU and everyone you know to Print out the letters to the right of this article and mail them via the US Postal Service. One to the Park Elementary School addressed to Principal Blondell, who it appears to have attempted to have the mark removed, but was unsuccessful, and one to the Superintendent, Dr. Maxwell. We need everyone on board with this in order to make a difference in this 7 year olds life and get this permanent mark removed so he does not have to be punished for the rest of his educational life for an overactive imagination.
Mail a letter to the school
PRINT THIS LETTER AND MAIL IT TO: Principal Sandy Blondell Park Elementary 201 E. 11th Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21225
Mail a letter to the School Board
PRINT THIS LETTER AND MAIL IT TO: Dr. Kevin M. Maxwell Anne Arundel County Public Schools 2644 Riva Road Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Email a letter
CLICK HERE TO EMAIL the letter to the Superintendent (if link doesn't work you use webmail, email the letter to firstname.lastname@example.org)
OTHER THINGS YOU CAN DO:
CALL the School at (410) 222-6593 and let them know that you want this incident REMOVED from Joshua Welch's permanent record.
CALL the Superintendents Office at (410) 222-5000 and let them know you want this incident REMOVED from Joshua Welch's permanent record.
PRINT THIS LETTER and FAX it to the school at: (410) 222-6596
PRINT THIS LETTER and FAX it to the Superintendents Office at: (410) 222-5606
Additional steps to make more people aware and get support:
Use the icons below to share this page on your favorite social media website.
CLICK HERE to go to Anderson Cooper's Contact Page and let him know that you are protesting the Anne Arundel School Board to get the permanent mark removed from Joshua's record.
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Re: One Million Moms Against Gun Control asks for your help« » A Maryland stands up against the madness. Still, one is forced to ask, "Is this really necessary"?
Zero tolerance for zero tolerance. That’s how one lawmaker feels about young children being suspended from school for forming their finger or food in the shape of a gun.
As Gigi Barnett explains, he has a bill designed to keep students in class if they’re caught.
State Senator J.B. Jennings says he does not intend for this bill to be a part of the growing gun debate in Maryland, but he does say he wants it to bring some common sense discipline to state schools...
State Senator J.B. Jennings says zero tolerance rules on school campuses are going too far, so he wrote a bill. It bans school leaders from suspending students who make the shape of a gun with their fingers or food, or students who draw a gun on a piece of paper.
“If it’s done in a violent manner, then yes, we can take it to the next level. We can look at suspension,” said Jennings...
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