Boy’s Suspension Over Finger Gun Is Upheld

Boy’s Suspension Over Finger Gun Is Upheld – But the Family Is Not Done Fighting |

The suspension of a fifth-grader who pretended like his — a “level 2 lookalike firearm” — was a has been upheld by a Columbus, Ohio, schools hearing officer.

Nathan Entingh, 10, was previously for three days from Devonshire Elementary School under a no-tolerance policy after he pointed his finger like a gun while “playing.” The school district was pelted with criticism after claiming the boy exposed other children to a “level 2 lookalike firearm.”


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