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DenverChief
06-17-2009, 08:05 AM
Repost police pls lick my bawls


STANDISH, Maine -- Justin Denney's family watched on as he ascended the Cumberland County Civic Center stage during graduation Friday night to accept his diploma, but the superintendent told him to return to his seat.

The Bonny Eagle High School senior's mother wants an apology, and her son wants his diploma, News 8's Will Lewis exclusively reported Monday night.

"It's all I can think of now," Justin Denney said. "Why did that happen. What just happened?"

Mary Denney said she can't believe how her son's taking a bow and blowing a kiss on stage was grounds for the superintendent to withhold his diploma.

"I'm like, 'Did she not hand him his diploma?' I'm like, 'What's going on?'" Mary Denney said.

She said she and Justin both signed a code of conduct regarding the graduation when she picked up graduation tickets on Friday, but she doesn't think he violated it.

"There was no misbehavior. Showboating is not misbehavior," Mary Denney said. "A bow, a kiss to your mom is not misbehavior. There was no need of my son not getting his diploma."

Before the school began handing out diplomas, some students pulled out beach balls. One student was forced to sit away from his classmates with staff while police escorted another student behind the stage.

"No arrests were made. The individual that was escorted off the stage was asked to leave the civic center. He was to the point where the deputy wanted to arrest the individual, but gave him several opportunities to settle down. Eventually, he took off his cap and gown and threw it at the deputy and walked out of the civic center," Cumberland County Sheriff's Department Deputy Chief Kevin Joyce said.

The deputy returned to the crowd and took another beach ball away from the students, but Mary Denney said School Area District 6 Superintendent Suzanne Lukas was still upset.

"When she got up there and started speaking, they threw out a couple more balls and she turned around and said, 'More people may not be graduating today if this continues,'" Mary Denney said.

While in his seat or waiting in line for his diploma, Justin Denney never touched a beach ball. After his name was called, he took a bow, blew a kiss to and pointed to his family and he pulled out a necklace made for him after he won a state track final, but he didn't get his diploma, leaving a whole family in disbelief.

"I said, 'What did she ask you?' And, he goes, 'She said, 'There's no fooling around up here,'' and he just kind of looked at her because he wasn't fooling around. He didn't consider that fooling around or misbehaving in any sense of the word, and she goes, 'Why do you feel you deserve your diploma?' He goes, 'Because I worked hard and I earned it,' and she goes, 'No go take your seat,'" Mary Denney said.

The crowd booed, but Justin Denney still doesn't have his diploma. Now, his mother wants her son to get what he's worked so hard for.

"It was appalling, and I want justice for my son. I want her to apologize to my son and I want her to hand him his diploma while he is in his cap and gown," Mary Denney said.

Carl Hoffses described his son as a good kid who never caused trouble.
"It was embarrassing. it was humiliating for my son, and I think we need some answers, something needs to be done," he said.

Both of Justin Denney's grandparents are ill and one of their wishes was to see their grandson graduate from high school, something they didn't get to see happen Friday.

Mary Denney said she is planning a graduation party for her son in two weeks, which, by then, she said she hopes she will have a photograph of her son with his diploma.

News 8 tried to contact the district's superintendent and the school's principal, but neither returned the calls by Monday evening. The superintendent is out of the office for the next few days, but an assistant superintendent said Justin Denney will receive his diploma.

Hoffses said what's done is done: "It's a once-in-a-lifetime event. It's like a wedding, it's like a birth. There's no do-overs. She stole his once-in-a-lifetime dream of graduating high school with pride and honor and she squashed it and left him feeling humiliated in front of the entire high school."

The school board is planning to discuss graduation ceremonies on Monday.

wild1
06-17-2009, 08:09 AM
he still graduates, he just didn't walk in the ceremony. 5 or 10 years later, does it matter?

DenverChief
06-17-2009, 08:10 AM
he still graduates, he just didn't walk in the ceremony. 5 or 10 years later, does it matter?

well it is a once-in-a-lifetime event

Katipan
06-17-2009, 08:10 AM
Obviously that lady was a dried up prune that never had youth or great sex.

DenverChief
06-17-2009, 08:11 AM
Obviously that lady was a dried up prune that never had youth or great sex.

LMAO

J Diddy
06-17-2009, 08:12 AM
he still graduates, he just didn't walk in the ceremony. 5 or 10 years later, does it matter?


He worked hard. He achieved what he need to achieve. At the moment of truth he threw a shout out to the people who helped him achieve it.

So question is why does the school district hate the sanctity of family?

DenverChief
06-17-2009, 08:13 AM
he still graduates, he just didn't walk in the ceremony. 5 or 10 years later, does it matter?

I dunno I'm thinking what would the reaction be if you weren't allowed to attend the birth of a child, or photograph the event because the doctors didn't like your tude...just seems friggin silly to me...if the kid mooned everyone or flipped the bird then yea but a kiss?

wild1
06-17-2009, 08:20 AM
I dunno I'm thinking what would the reaction be if you weren't allowed to attend the birth of a child, or photograph the event because the doctors didn't like your tude...just seems friggin silly to me...if the kid mooned everyone or flipped the bird then yea but a kiss?

a little overbearing, sure. but it sounds like everyone was provided with the rules in advance. the time to question them would have been beforehand

J Diddy
06-17-2009, 08:23 AM
a little overbearing, sure. but it sounds like everyone was provided with the rules in advance. the time to question them would have been beforehand


Dude that administrator was being a cock.

End of thread.

milkman
06-17-2009, 08:25 AM
Obviously that lady was a dried up prune that never had youth or great sex.

Or any sex.

Dickless bitch.

Coach
06-17-2009, 08:28 AM
Here's the news video of the incident.

http://www.wlky.com/education/19766393/detail.html?treets=lou&tml=lou_4pm&ts=T&tmi=lou_4pm_1_03000106162009

After seeing this video, I have drawn several conclusions.

#1. The pussification of America, continues, sadly.

#2. That kid should get his diploma. I do not consider a bowing and a blow to the kiss to his family an act of showboating. It's an act of saying thank you for your help to get me to this point in my life.

#3. The school board should seriously consider terminating the contract of Superintendent Suzanne Lukas. She just opened a potentional lawsuit to the district, and combine that with the very negative feeback, this situation can get really ugly in a hurry.

Katipan
06-17-2009, 08:29 AM
Didn't come with a link so I can't swear on my soul that it's completely accurate... But really... Why would anyone on the Internet lie? :p

Bonny Eagle High School
Class of 2009
Graduation Expectations

The class of 2009, parents, staff members and the Bonny Eagle community want to have a dignified and respectful graduation for members of the class and their family. Students have worked for thirteen years and have met the requirements of graduation from Bonny Eagle and are to be awarded for their accomplishment. To that end, class officers, parents and high school
staff are asking the following of members of the class and attendees of graduation:

Proper attire is required under gowns worn by graduates.
Gentlemen will wear slacks, collared shirt, tie, and dress shoes. No
sneakers, boots, or jeans are allowed.
Ladies will wear a light-colored skirt or dress and dress shoes. No
sneakers or flip flops are allowed.
No writing or decorations or any kind are allowed on student caps. All
students carry a yellow rose. No other items are allowed to be carried
during the graduation processional.
Those not dressed as required will not march at the Civic Center and will
receive their diploma the following Monday at school.
No noise makers/horns/bells during the graduation ceremony including
during the receipt of diplomas.
No inflatable items (beach balls, etc.) will be brought to the ceremony.
Students will be respectful of the quest speaker and student performers
during his/her presentation.
Student may celebrate as a class at the end of the ceremony.

Anyone who disrupts the ceremony will be escorted out of the Civic Center by security.

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
Tickets to the graduation ceremony are required. Each student will receive twelve tickets. Two are for seating on the floor reserved for parents of the graduates. The remaining ten are for general admission seating available for all other students. Students who need additional tickets are encouraged to network with their classmates as they will not be provided by the school. Doors to the Civic Center will open at 5:00PM to attendees.

Signing this Expectations Agreement means that you will honor these requests. We appreciate your joining us for graduation and making this important event and honorable one for our graduates. Thank you.

Coach
06-17-2009, 08:32 AM
Didn't come with a link so I can't swear on my soul that it's completely accurate... But really... Why would anyone on the Internet lie? :p

Funny thing is, nowhere in there said anything about "bowing and blowing a kiss to family member(s)"

kepp
06-17-2009, 08:37 AM
This is simply a case of a bitter old woman on a power trip. She should be relieved of her duties.

DenverChief
06-17-2009, 08:38 AM
I wish the whole graduating class would have just up and left in protest

Coach
06-17-2009, 08:38 AM
And I'm not suprised by this action.

News 8 tried to contact the district's superintendent and the school's principal, but neither returned the calls by Monday evening. The superintendent is out of the office for the next few days, but an assistant superintendent said Justin Denney will receive his diploma.

What a fucking disgrace.

J Diddy
06-17-2009, 08:40 AM
I wish the whole graduating class would have just up and left in protest


I'm pretty sure this is how my graduating class would've handled it.

DenverChief
06-17-2009, 08:44 AM
I'm pretty sure this is how my graduating class would've handled it.

mine too...I think that people, particularly young people, need to act more in a peaceful group mentality when dealing with injustices like this

Katipan
06-17-2009, 08:45 AM
My high school would have done a drive by.

J Diddy
06-17-2009, 08:47 AM
mine too...I think that people, particularly young people, need to act more in a peaceful group mentality when dealing with injustices like this


This is true.

Iowanian
06-17-2009, 08:47 AM
We each carried a ball bearing and handed it to the board principal when we got our diplomas. By the end, he had one hell of a pocket full of ball bearings.


I had a brother and 3 of his friends that didn't get to walk through graduation. Basically they took the heat for the 10 national honor society students who did the same thing on their Sr Trip. I doubt he'd tell you it made a difference in the outcome of his life to date.

crazycoffey
06-17-2009, 08:49 AM
The old hag prolly tried to sleep with the kid, but he's gay (NTTATWWT) and turned her down. She saw him blow the kiss, but thought it looked like he was prancing like homo when he did it (her words), so she decided it was in the school's best interest to withold the diploma, cause a scene that got more reactions from the crowd than the boy's initial lord of the flies dance that ended with a kiss (he prolly batted his eyes too), and spark national debate over it.

But in the end if the actions were cause to withold his diploma, then her actions should be cause to revoke her diploma...




:evil:

DenverChief
06-17-2009, 08:50 AM
We each carried a ball bearing and handed it to the board principal when we got our diplomas. By the end, he had one hell of a pocket full of ball bearings.:LOL:



I had a brother and 3 of his friends that didn't get to walk through graduation. Basically they took the heat for the 10 national honor society students who did the same thing on their Sr Trip. I doubt he'd tell you it made a difference in the outcome of his life to date.
What did they do?

J Diddy
06-17-2009, 08:53 AM
:LOL:



What did they do?

I think they stole ball bearings.

Iowanian
06-17-2009, 08:56 AM
I can't remember exactly how it went down, but basically empty booze bottles were found in a hotel room containing 12-13 kids. Basically, the kids with the right last names and those on NHS were given a pass, and the 4 boys took all of the punishment, including not walking at graduation.

The rest of the story is that the principal was a nutjob, dickbag who had been run out of his last 3 schools and was run out of ours that year. He'd had a hard-on for a few of the boys for 2 years and this was his final "F-U" to them. I'm sure the guy was antagonized, but he was very much in the wrong several times. I'd had a principal just like that my Soph year. pure-bred D-bag.

They all attended graduation, in gowns & sat in the front row, and the class did a couple of things to include and recognize the boys. None of them were bad kids or criminals. It was bullshit, but their classmates definitely found a way to include them.


I'm told there were several acts of retaliation that summer.

Baconeater
06-17-2009, 09:23 AM
IMO school administrators are some of the biggest power-tripping pricks there are, I especially love it when they talk to me the same condescending way they speak to their students. I'm 40, I'm a man damnit.

DenverChief
06-17-2009, 09:33 AM
IMO school administrators are some of the biggest power-tripping pricks there are, I especially love it when they talk to me the same condescending way they speak to their students. I'm 40, I'm a man damnit.

f**k you're old

Mr. Flopnuts
06-17-2009, 09:51 AM
Repost police pls lick my bawls

That's hardly a code blue mentality. :p

Katipan
06-17-2009, 09:57 AM
He said please.

Fish
06-17-2009, 10:01 AM
I got in similar trouble at my HS graduation.

We had bags upon bags of marbles, which we dropped one at a time every 10 seconds or so on the hardwood gym floor. The "clack clack clack rollllllll" sounds were going the entire time. I was on the golf team then too, and we actually had our state golf tourney the day after graduation. We had a flag hanging in the gym from winning the state tourney the previous year. So when I got up on stage, for good luck I threw a golf ball up to our state champs flag that had my name on it, and the ball bounced off and came down and bounced into the crowd. They handed me my diploma, but told me afterward that they were going to withhold my transcript info from all colleges until I wrote a formal apology to the board of directors. I called their bluff and they didn't do anything. My transcript went to my college and everthing was fine. I can't imagine having a cop escort me out.....

Old Dog
06-17-2009, 10:08 AM
If he had just walked up there instead of screwing around, maybe it wouldn't be an issue. "I see she's pissed, let's just see if I can't push some more buttons".

I voted option "C" though

DenverChief
06-17-2009, 10:08 AM
That's hardly a code blue mentality. :p


LMAO

Iowanian
06-17-2009, 10:30 AM
I had sunglasses just under my cap...

When I was lining up to walk into the graduation, a math teacher that had been a royal rip to me for 2-3 years came up and said
"You're an Ass to the end, aren't you".
and my response was
"Probably, but I can take my sunglasses off anytime I want, but you're stuck being a fat bitch"

What's funny is that...that teacher now tries to take some credit for my current profession. If I could have seen the future, ironically I could have used a teacher in her 2 classes.

BigMeatballDave
06-17-2009, 10:41 AM
a little overbearing, sure. but it sounds like everyone was provided with the rules in advance. the time to question them would have been beforehandYou''re an assbag. How could you possibly defend this shit?

FAX
06-17-2009, 11:36 AM
I've read reports of graduation ceremonies getting completely out of hand. There's actually nothing wrong with requiring and expecting decorum from the graduates. If it's so damn important to them that they receive their diploma, perhaps they should treat the ceremony with respect.

So, the school administration has to draw a line somewhere. No guns, knives, exposure of genitalia, whatever. Taking a bow and blowing a kiss, though? Perfectly acceptable, in my book of graduation behavior.

This superintendent must be taken outside, chained to a boxwood shrubbery, and have four gallons of wasabi pumped up her ass.

FAX

kc rush
06-17-2009, 12:10 PM
We did the marble thing too. There were three people in front of me who handed theirs to the principal, as I extended my hand to shake his he told me "if there is a marble in your hand you aren't getting your diploma". Of course, my hand was in his by the time he finished saying it. The guy behind me got busted too.

Word spread pretty quickly then you heard a bunch of marbles hit the floor and start rolling down between the seats at the John Knox Village auditorium.

Since everyone was only given the diploma jacket until we returned our gowns, I hurried and grabbed my diploma before anyone could say anything.

The students, parents and a good number of teachers laughed, but the principal and vice-principal were a couple of pricks with sticks shoved so far up their asses they had a way of sucking the fun out of anything.

Kerberos
06-17-2009, 12:33 PM
We each carried a ball bearing and handed it to the board principal when we got our diplomas. By the end, he had one hell of a pocket full of ball bearings.


I had a brother and 3 of his friends that didn't get to walk through graduation. Basically they took the heat for the 10 national honor society students who did the same thing on their Sr Trip. I doubt he'd tell you it made a difference in the outcome of his life to date.

:LOL:



What did they do?

Come on.....It's ALL ball bearings these days.

Buck
06-17-2009, 12:45 PM
I think that dumb bitch should go climb an AIDS Tree.

Iowanian
06-17-2009, 01:03 PM
if you've met the graduation criteria....they can't hold your diploma....they're just not handing it to you at that time....which they don't anyway.


The computer nerds should dig online and find every nugget about her and ruin her shit on a webpage.

milkman
06-17-2009, 01:17 PM
I think that dumb bitch should go climb an AIDS Tree.

Would you make up your mind already!!!

Coach
06-17-2009, 06:01 PM
Who's the numbnuts that voted yes, he shouldn't get his diploma?

Katipan
06-17-2009, 06:01 PM
It was our newest troll.

Pioli Zombie
06-17-2009, 11:02 PM
Ms Ballbricker finally gets her revenge on Tommy Turner.
Posted via Mobile Device

Chaunceythe3rd
06-17-2009, 11:14 PM
If he had just walked up there instead of screwing around, maybe it wouldn't be an issue. "I see she's pissed, let's just see if I can't push some more buttons".

I voted option "C" though

What's the real story? Kid was probably trouble throughout high school. The kid was warned and now his momma is making excuses for him yet one more time. Give him a few years and she will be on "American Justice" complaining that the little turd couldn't help but be a mass murderer because he got his feelings hurt at his high school graduation ceremony.

KCChiefsMan
06-18-2009, 01:19 AM
power trippin cunt that pleases herself in the office after each time she gets to exercise her authority over children/teens.

Valiant
06-18-2009, 01:57 AM
Ms Ballbricker finally gets her revenge on Tommy Turner.
Posted via Mobile Device

Awesome, I love those movies..

Valiant
06-18-2009, 01:59 AM
If I were the kids parents, I would get all of them to rally and have the bitch removed or threaten the district that they will be busing them to other schools since there seems to be some sort of mass behavioral problem going on that the current principle can't fix..

Guru
06-18-2009, 02:10 AM
Damn!! Thats nuts. I guess blowing a kiss is considered a gang sign now.

At my graduation we had a guy that put the words "OFF ME" on his cap in masking tape. Dumbest thing I have ever seen but nothing was said to him. Of course, that was 22 years ago as well.

I'm old too.

greg63
06-18-2009, 02:19 AM
Damn!! Thats nuts. I guess blowing a kiss is considered a gang sign now.

At my graduation we had a guy that put the words "OFF ME" on his cap in masking tape. Dumbest thing I have ever seen but nothing was said to him. Of course, that was 22 years ago as well.

I'm old too.

You and me both man. That is just crazy!

Kyle DeLexus
06-18-2009, 02:57 AM
ROFL at my graduation they didn't even hand us our diplomas. We had to go get them after. They were sure someone was going to do something, so they decided that it was better to just keep them from us. They also told us not to write on the top of our caps so pretty much everyone did.

The dumb asses fired our football coach earlier that year so I put his name on my cap and situated it so everone could read it as I sat there. I'm pretty sure thats worse than a bow and kiss since the school board took it as a middle finger and most of them told me so after.

crazycoffey
06-18-2009, 03:10 AM
I had a graduation troll guy with me, the person sitting in front of me was absent so I set him on the empty seat, every once and a while I play "walked" him from one edge to another, I could hear my mom laugh in the audience.