Discipline Incident Involving Bush High National Honor Student Draws Legislators’ Attention
March 9th, 2009 | by Bob Dunn, FortBendNow
With one notable exception, Amy Deschenes has never been in trouble in school since the 1st grade.
A National Honor Society student at George Bush High School, she is president of the school orchestra, and participates in a variety of volunteer organizations. She has applied to Rice and other universities with the idea of pursuing a career as a chemical engineer.
Could Amy Deschenes also represent a sword-wielding threat to the students and employees on the Bush High School campus?
The answer to that question has focused attention on the judgment of Bush High administrators and the disciplinary policies of Fort Bend Independent School District.
Full story at: http://www.fortbendnow.com/2009/03/09/36231
Related site: http://fbisdjustice.com/
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