GR students suspended for dancing in class

Nine high school students in Grand Rapids have been suspended for performing a version of the "Harlem Shake" during class.
AP Wire
Mar 2, 2013

 

The "Harlem Shake" is an Internet dance craze.

The Union High School students were suspended for two days. They filmed themselves dancing on Thursday and posted it online.

A substitute teacher was with the class at the time of the incident. The teacher was sent home on Thursday.

More than two-dozen students were also recently suspended from Milford High School in Oakland County for recording a version of the "Harlem Shake."

Comments

dyankee

For once, GRPS gets it right! Look at this photo of these Milford HS degenerates. What has happened to self respect and self control. What a first class embarrasement of where our American culture is heading.(No wonder the Muslims hate the West) This photo is what the Netherlands and many parts of Europe look like today. If it feels good then, do it. No boundaries, no rules, no class, no honor, no control....this is EXACTLY what our current Government wants to see. You are witnessing the dumbing down of our society. Just imagine, these idiots will be able to vote in a few years. God help us.

 

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