Posted BY: Jasmine | NwoReport

“During 5th period another student complained that she couldn’t breathe and was having an asthma attack. As I waited for a response from the nurse the student fell out of her chair to the floor. Anthony proceeded to go over and pick her up, saying ‘f— that we ain’t got time to wait for no email from the nurse.’ He walks out of class and carries the other student to the nurse.”

To make matters worse, when Anthony’s mother, Mandy Cortes, asked the school why he received a suspension, they didn’t mention that he saved his dying classmate’s life. In fact, all they told her was that he walked out of the classroom.

“‘No, they already told me what happened, you walked out of class,’” she said to him. “And he was like, ‘OK, forget it.’ But I can tell, you know your kids. I could tell he was upset.”

He had every right to be too. Anthony attends an alternative learning school, and according to his mother, he hears plenty about poor behavior, so something like this should have earned him praise from the school.

“Especially with it being an alternative school, I feel like the kids hear enough of ‘they’re bad’ or their behavior, or you know, and for them to not be rewarded for really something that is brave, ya know, he is a hero to me,” Cortes said.

What’s even more idiotic about the entire situation is that on Wednesday, when Anthony was home for his scheduled suspension, the school called Cortes to ask why he wasn’t in attendance. The entire ordeal has left a horrible taste in Cortes’ mouth, even though Anthony was allowed back in school on Thursday, and now, she’s thinking that she’s going to pull him from public school and teach him at home.

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The sheer stupidity in schools both with their administrations and the curriculums is utterly astounding, and cases like this are proof of it. Here’s a girl, who’s dying from an asthma attack, yet the teacher sits there doing nothing, then on top of that, she reprimands the only person in the room willing to help.

It’s insanity. They punish a student like Anthony while at the same time lift up the kids that don’t work as hard, have behavioral issues, and otherwise are poor students. It’s no wonder our kids are coming out of school so screwed up these days. I would too if everything I was taught appeared to be backwards from how life actually works.

We can directly thank the morons at the Department of Education for the purely idiotic manner in which our schools are run. When rules, regulations, and procedure come before the safety and well-being of the students, something has to give, and in my opinion, that something needs to be the abolishment of the DoE.

For those wondering, Anthony’s classmate received medical attention and apparently made out well. On Wednesday, she sent him a text thanking him and letting her hero know that she was “ok.”