By The Daily Wire. A high school in North Carolina suspended several students last week after they allegedly refused to take down Confederate flags on their vehicles.
Burns High School Principal Mickey Morehead claims that the students were suspended for insubordination after they were asked to remove the flags, the Shelby Star reported.
“They were asked to remove the flags, and they didn’t,” Morehead said. The school released the following statement:
Any conduct that would cause a disruption in our educational environment may be subject to discipline via the CCS Code of Conduct. Please understand that an immediate suspension may very well likely not be the consequence of a matter such as the one in question.
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Burns Students Suspended for Flying Confederate Flags
By Shelbystar. Some students at Burns High School were suspended after allegedly refusing to remove Confederate flags from their cars.
Burns High School Principal Mickey Morehead said the students were suspended for insubordination after being asked to remove the flags from the cars parked on school property.
“They were asked to remove the flags, and they didn’t,” Morehead said.
Morehead would not say how many were suspended.
“The flags were seen as a disruption at the school,” said Cleveland County Schools spokesman Greg Shull. (Read more from “Burns Students Suspended for Flying Confederate Flags” HERE)