Dec 18th 2010 10:48AM First let me preface this comment by saying my dear deceased grandmother lost a breast due to breast cancer. That said, wearing these bracelets in a school setting is TOTALLY inappropriate. This isn't about awareness, this is about blatant defiance. Schools have rules for a reason. These girls are in school for about 7 hours out of the day. What is the problem with insisting the girls follow school rules while IN SCHOOL? They can wear the bracelets before school, after school, on the weekends....in other words, if they feel so strongly about this cause (which is a noble cause) - it is of their choosing. There are a million other ways to support the cause WITHOUT breaking the rules set forth by the schools (ie pink ribbons, or how about a bracelet that simply states "Support breast cancer awareness"? Just because someone doesn't like a rule, doesn't mean they don't have to follow it. I don't particularly like the fact that the speed limit is 55, but if I don't follow it, I get punished. See how that works? Teaching children that the rules don't apply to them is NOT the way to go. The mothers should be ashamed of themselves wasting tax dollars to take this to court. They should have been spending this time teaching their children there are rules in this world, like them or not. Let them break rules on their own time and dime.
Feb 20th 2010 8:22PM I LOVE it when I see kids using their ingenuity and make things like this!!!!!!!!!! Great job on ALL the videos!
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