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Pre-school girl expelled for cursing at school

Arianna Wright was expelled for saying the "s-word."
By Evan Bleier   |   April 4, 2014 at 11:00 AM   |   Comments

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SAN ANTONIO, April 4 (UPI) -- A Texas pre-schooler was expelled from her San Antonio school for swearing -- even though she’s probably not old enough to realize what she said.

Three-year-old Arianna got the boot from going to daycare at the Jubilee Child Development Center for saying the “s-word.”

Her mother, Cassandra Wright, doesn’t know where her daughter first heard the curse.

“I don't condone her saying it but for that to be a faith based daycare I would think that they would reinforce and let her know that's not a word to say," Wright told News 4 San Antonio. "I asked her what word did you say, and she told me animal."

According to the development center’s director, there is a zero-tolerance policy for swearing. "I didn't think that this would be an isolated incident either," Alissa Blankenship said.

Another student was already expelled for swearing a few months ago.

"I'm still a little bit upset, but most of all was hurt, I was devastated really hurt," Wright said.


[News 4 San Antonio]

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