So I was glad to see that the Asian kid who was suspended for fighting back against a racist bully has had his suspension canceled.
Victory, of sorts, although I think this is the funniest part:
He also would like to know why the school board sent a letter saying it would recommend the 15-year-old be expelled [from all regional schools], only to say three days later that the letter was sent in error.
Error? What kind of error is that?
"We meant to say that your son could be smelled from all schools in the region. Hygiene issue. Simple spelling error."
Or maybe: "We send out so many of these Regional Expulsion Letters that they go out by accident to the wrong people on occasion. Our bad."
One could only hope that they frequently come down this hard on actual bullies, but I doubt it.
Meanwhile, I dance the Happy Victory Dance. Hurrah for justice.