Boy suspended for alleged snack attack

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  1. Casshew

    Casshew Former Member

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    SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (AP) -- A sixth-grader was suspended after school officials accused him of threatening to expose a highly allergic teacher to peanut butter cookies, the boy's father said Thursday.

    Loubert Gabriel said his son, 12-year-old Jules, had been kept out of class since April 2, after a girl in his social studies class at South Orange Middle School told the teacher that Jules had made the threat.

    The father said Jules was carrying a snack packet of Nutter Butter cookies and did make a comment about having "something dangerous" but never said he had a weapon. "They mishandled this," Gabriel said.

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    In some private schools peanut butter is not allowed in any form due to so many children having severe allergic reactions. Children do die from this.....sad.....
     

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