A young student from Minnesota is raising her voice against her school’s teachers and the administration because she feels they are contradicting their own words by going against their policy.
The student identified herself as Novalee and went on to claim how she may be just nine years in age but she’s definitely smart enough to know wrong from right. The student slammed her educational institution when she observed her own teachers going against the school’s ‘no politics’ policy by displaying giant posters relating to the Black Lives Matter movement.
For this reason, the student decided it was time to take the school’s board to task as they failed to follow their own policy that barred all sorts of political activities from happening.
Moreover, the viral video by the student started making the rounds online and was appreciated by so many viewers who felt that the young girl was absolutely correct on this matter. In the video, Novalee begins talking right before a meeting took place on the 8th of June at her Lakeville Area School.
The girl goes on to add how she witnessed so many teachers carrying posters that revolved around the theme of the BLM movement as well as Amanda Gorman. This was all reportedly seen by the pupil at the elementary section of her campus.
“The fact that these posters are present clearly contradicts everything that was mentioned at the school board meeting,” she added. The theme was ‘no politics in school,’ but this is definitely not in line with that, she explained.
In the same way, the nine-year-old student also spoke about how she informed her principal that BLM posters were making the round on campus. The student even mentioned how she told the teacher that they should be removed immediately via a polite request. However, the principal immediately refused to listen to her opinion.
But what really shocked the student was the reference she made to the school board members who came up with the ‘no politics’ policy, and that’s when the principal told her that it was in fact those very same members who made the BLM posters in the first place.