7-year-old Nicholas Millsap created a collage of images that included his family along with his brother Noah, who was stillborn back in March. His teacher thought didn’t think it was appropriate and sent the collage back home.
“[She] told him that she was not going to allow him to have that picture there, that he had to redo it,” Nicholas’s mother, Cassandra Hess, fumed to Cleveland’s Fox 8, speaking out about her outrage on Tuesday.
And even though his family has complained, Nicholas’s principal stands by the teacher’s decision to ban the late baby’s picture.
“Given the age of the children in the class, we do not believe the subject of the photograph was appropriate,” principal Cherie Kaiser wrote in a statement to WJW. “This decision was made in consideration of the best interests of all students in the class.”
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Family is family, no matter if they are still here with us or not, right? Well, for one school in Parma, Ohio, that might not be the case as they asked one of their students to re-do a school project that featured his stillborn brother. 7-year-old Nicholas Millsap created a collage of images that included his […]