School tells Students they can't say "no" when asked to dance!


A Utah school is the "Clown of the Day" on the Sana G Morning Show for this completely out-of-touch rule they have in place for their dances... 

A Utah mom is upset about a school policy in which sixth-grade girls can't say "no" when boys ask them to dance!

The mom says it sends the wrong message to the young students. 

Lane Findlay, with the Weber School District, confirms it`s a rule, but it`s meant to teach students how to be inclusive.

"Please be respectful, be polite,” Findlay  said, the district’s community relations specialist. “We want to promote  kindness and so we want you to say yes when someone asks you to dance."

"I do see it from their perspective when it comes  to that, but there are many other ways to teach children how to be  accepting than with a social dance," Richard said.

She says forcing students not to say “no” teaches them the wrong lesson.

"Sends a bad message to girls that girls have  to say ‘yes,’” she said. “Sends a bad message to boys that girls will —  can`t say ‘no.’"

As of now, the rule remains in place.



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