Sunday, November 9, 2008

Mo. sixth-graders face discipline for 'Hit a Jew Day'


Several sixth-graders from suburban St. Louis are being disciplined for creating "Hit a Jew Day" and then hitting Jewish classmates.

Four or five students at Parkway West Middle School in Chesterfield could be suspended and undergo counseling for last week's incident, school officials told the Associated Press. Others who taunted Jewish students or encouraged others to participate face lesser punishment.

Officials said fewer than 10 of the school's 35 Jewish students were hit. One was slapped in the face and the others were hit mostly on the back of their shoulders.

"There is a mix of sadness and outrage," said district spokesman Paul Tandy. "The concern is a lot of kids knew about it and they didn't take action or say anything."

Via robbie_dee in this babble thread. It sounds like something from South Park, but unfortunately this is the real deal.

1 comment:

Ixion said...

I based on something from Borat not South Park. Borat was, in turn, based upon thousands of years worth of negative interactions between Jews and everybody else.