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    A 13-year-old Kansas girl has been charged with a felony after she allegedly made a "finger gun" at her middle school last month. The unidentified student was arrested on Sept. 18 after police say "she made a threat at Westridge Middle School with her finger," WDAF-TV reported. According to the Kansas City Star, the girl "formed a gun with her fingers, pointed at four of her ... classmates one at a time, and then turned the pretend weapon toward herself." "No actual weapon [was] found...it was a finger pointed like a gun," Shawnee Mission School District spokesperson David Smith told WDAF. However, that did not stop the school resource officer, employed by the Overland Park Police Department, from arresting the child and the Johnson County district attorney from filing felony charges against her. In court documents, authorities allege the girl "unlawfully and feloniously communicated a threat to commit violence, with the intent to place another, in fear, or with the intent to cause the evacuation, lock down or disruption in regular, ongoing activities." More from the Kansas City Star: In an interview with WDAF, Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe defended the charges. "If someone makes a direct threat to another person to do harm to another person, that is considered criminal threat and that would be a felony," he said. When asked if felony charges against the young girl were excessive, Howe cited the Parkland high school massacre in Florida last year, explaining authorities have to exercise an abundance of caution. "I think law enforcement and schools understand that we need to address bad behavior," Howe said. "Not be heavy-handed but at the same time, address that bad behavior and prevent it from getting worse." The girl is set to appear in the juvenile division of the Johnson County District Court next week. For its part, the school district is distancing itself from the decision to arrest the student and charge her with a serious crime. "I want to be very clear: The arrest of this student was wholly unrelated to any district policy," Smith told KSHB-TV. "It was a municipal police department decision, and our policies don't impact police department decisions."
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    A Georgia teacher was reportedly placed on administrative leave this week after posting in a high school classroom a description of the Confederate flag as an announcement that you “intend to marry your sister.” The Hephzibah High School teacher’s description was displayed on the board with a photo of a Confederate flag, Augusta's WRDW-TV reported. The description said the Confederate flag is "a sticker you put on the back of your pickup truck to announce that you intend to marry your sister. Think of it like a white trash 'Save the Date' card." The district launched an investigation into the teacher after a parent posted a photo of the description to social media. "She found it offensive, so she sent it to me and asked me what I thought," Melissa Fuller said of her daughter who was in the teacher's classroom, according to WRDW. She then posted it on Facebook. "A lot of is that it's not morally correct. It's unethical," Fuller told WRDW. "It's just something you don't want to discuss today in today's world and especially inside of a classroom." The district issued a statement on the controversy that said in part: “The Richmond County School System is committed to creating a diverse, equitable learning environment for students. The language used in the example was unacceptable and has no place in our classrooms.”
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