That stands for Scout With Attitude. Man, you gotta watch out for those Cub Scouts, 'fore they bust a cap on yo' ass.
Six-year-old Zachary Christie was so excited to become a Cub Scout that he brought his camping utensil to school. The tool serves as a spoon, a fork and a knife, and Zachary wanted to use it at lunch.
What Zachary didn't know was that the gizmo violated his school's zero-tolerance policy on weapons. And now the Christina School District in Newark, Del., has suspended the first grader and ordered him to attend the district's reform school for 45 days.
Excuse me?!?!?! They want to place a first-grader in reform school for bringing his camping utensil to school? Has the school district simply done away from good sense?
There is a web site to help out Zachary and his parents (mom is wisely homeschooling the 1st rgader rather than send him to a reform school with the REAL bad boys - go and visit, and at least send a note of support.
For Delaware, Zachary’s case is especially frustrating because last year state lawmakers tried to make disciplinary rules more flexible by giving local boards authority to, “on a case-by-case basis, modify the terms of the expulsion.”
The law was introduced after a third-grade girl was expelled for a year because her grandmother had sent a birthday cake to school, along with a knife to cut it. The teacher called the principal — but not before using the knife to cut and serve the cake.
Reason # 435677690769 why I send my kids to private school.