High propagandize students watch ’50 shades’ in category as a reward
May 18, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Part of a amorous film “Fifty Shades of Grey” was shown in a West Virginia high propagandize classroom this week after students assured their clergyman to let them watch it as a prerogative for good work.
“Fortunately, an partner principal walked by and saw what they were doing,”Hampshire High principal Jeff Woofter told a paper. “They got there 10 mins after it started and close it down.”
Hampshire County propagandize process prohibits students from examination cinema of any kind in a classroom.
It is misleading if a students or clergyman will face disciplinary action.
“I will contend it was an impassioned miss of settlement from an differently really able teacher,” Woofter told The Charleston Daily Mail. “The clergyman didn’t do a credentials check on a film or even ask about it.”
The initial “50 Shades” film non-stop this year on Valentine’s Day weekend and became one of a biggest R-rated openings ever.
The Associated Press contributed to this report