Teacher Forbids Student From Hanging US Flag Picture – It Might Offend Other Students
A Massachusetts’ family claims their son’s civil rights were violated after a teacher allegedly told him that hanging his picture of the American flag would be offensive.
A civil rights controversy is brewing at an elementary school in the Town of Orange, and it all surrounds a 11 year-old’s drawing of the American Flag.
The family of Frankie Girard is claiming that their son’s civil rights were violated after a teacher allegedly told him that hanging his picture of the American flag would offend another student.
The Butterfield Elementary School is at the center of controversy for the incident on Monday. According to Frankie Girard’s father, John, the boy was in art class drawing a picture.
“He was denied hanging the flag up. And, he asked if he could just even hang it on his desk, and he was told no. He could take the picture that he drew and take it home and be proud of it there,” Girard said.
So, that is where it is, among the hundreds of other family pictures and military honors that adorn the walls of the Girard family home.