Four-year-olds are automaticly disruptive but Uvalde Texas Dalton Early Childhood Center is forcing one to stay home because of her pink hair. Seems schools are in the business of stamping out individuality and conformity early these days.
The girl, Natalyn Gracia, dyed her hair pink for Halloween. Her father, Ricardo Gracia, said ever since then, Natalyn has shown more self-confidence and self-esteem.Jack agrees:
Natalyn's school, Dalton Early Childhood Center sent letters home, asking her parents to change her hair back to normal. Ricardo withdrew Natalyn from the school, then changed his mind, and tried to enroll her again.
"Bottom line, they said they couldn't enroll the child because she has pink hair," says Ricardo.
When schools are more concerned with compliance than education, you can begin to understand why they’re failing our children so badly. Natalyn Gracia didn’t bring guns or drugs to school, she brought pink hair because she thought it was cute. WTF?? Isn’t about time that the pointy-headed maroons who place compliance over education were made to realize that their mission is to EDUCATE our children, not to turn them into mindless automatons incapable of independent thought or individual expression?I should die my hair pink in a show of support. Problem is, I bet I could lose my part-time job at Lee College.