High School Student is suspended for asking Ms. America to go to prom

  1. Stevennix2001 profile image91
    Stevennix2001posted 3 years ago

    According to young turks news, an 18 year old high school student was suspended for 3 days because he chose to ask Miss America to the prom.  Apparently, school officials knew about his plan way before she came to his school for a public appearance, and then he used the Q & A  session to ask her out to the prom.  He even gave her a flower too.  aww isn't that sweet?

    For those of you who don't know, the current Miss America, aka Nina Davuluri, has been under a lot of heat by racist people accusing her of not being a real american, even though she's a Indian American....yet that's not stopping any racist jerks from talking trash about her.  Anyways,  this kid gets suspended for asking her out.

    Anyways, Miss America unfortunately couldn't go to the prom with him because of scheduling conflicts, but she did hear about what happened, and she did try to get in touch with the  school to try to convince them to reconsider their decision to suspend the boy, and she even made a comment about that on the miss america fb page.  here's a link if you all want to see what she said:

    https://www.facebook.com/MissAmericaOrg … eam_ref=10

    anyways, what are your thoughts on this?  Is the school right for suspending the boy?  Or do you think they're completely full of s***?  I personally think those school officials should go f*** themselves, but that's just me.

    Also if you all want to know more information, then please click on either of the links below:

    http://gawker.com/high-school-student-s … 1565510180


  2. schoolgirlforreal profile image81
    schoolgirlforrealposted 3 years ago

    I think they are full of s*** and it's ridiculous.

  3. psycheskinner profile image81
    psycheskinnerposted 3 years ago

    He was given a standard 3 day in school suspension (a.k.a. detention) for doing something even after he was told directly by the vice principal not to do it.

    I think that is totally fair.  It would be nice of the media spent more time on the topic Davuluri was at the school to promote, not the tragedy of a showboating teen having to spend a bit of time in the detention room as per the schools standard punishment policy for utterly blowing off a teacher's instructions about not disrupting a school event.