One More Way Democrats Are Ruining Our Schools
The principal of a New Haven, Connecticut school has decided to wipe out the suspensions of students who were punished for the sale of a bag of candy, the school district announced Wednesday.
Michael Sheridan, an eighth-grade honors student at Sheridan Magnet School, was suspended for one day for buying a bag of candy at school.
He was also barred from attending an honors student dinner and stripped of his title as class vice president.
A school district spokeswoman said Principal Eleanor Turner agreed to expunge the suspensions from Sheridan’s record and allow him to resume his student leadership post after meeting with his family and the superintendent
School officials said he was punished because he bought a bag of Skittles for $1 from another student.