So, this is making the rounds on the net.
Reports show it’s had a very polarized responses for obvious reasons.
On the one hand, it’s responsible on the school district’s part for making instructions that little ones can understand. On the other hand, parental units’re up in arms for the posting of said rhyme on the chalkboard for the kids to learn to the popular tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.”
This is just a testament to the times we live in, honestly. God for bid something ever happens in the little ones’ school, but it has happened, and as much as we’d like to shield them from the screwed up world we live in to preserve their innocence, we can’t, and they need to know what to do to in case such an incident happens instead of a teacher suddenly stopping class to do a drill he/she’s only privy of.
It’s truly a slippery slope, a catch-22 for the school district parental units entrust their kids to 5 days a week for a few hours. We’ve already established we can’t dictate others’ actions, so we’ve got to make our kids aware NO MATTER the age so long as they’ve got a fighting chance.
The mother, who Tweeted this is absolutely right, this shouldn't HAVE to hang in her kid's classroom, but nowadays, sadly, it's a necessity.
Be good to each other.