Middle School Suspends Student Who Carried Girl Having Asthma Attack To Nurse

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A middle school has suspended a student who decided to use his quick thinking skills to carry a girl to the nurse’s office because she was having a severe asthma attack.

Read on for all the heartbreaking details of this story…

And they are urged to follow them no matter what the circumstance is.

But, of course, not all situations can be prepped for.

A student was having a severe asthma attack when another student decided to “break the rules” in order to save her life.

We’ve all been trying our best to get back to normality, but with the virus still spreading, it seems like it’s going to be more difficult than we originally thought.

And this includes in schools.

To provide them with peace of mind. I mean, that seems to be a good idea. Along with that, people are carrying around bottles of hand sanitizer and wet wipes.

Particularly when they are worn for a long period of time.

But that could potentially come with other risks, especially in crowded hallways and classrooms.

And even dictating where the students can go and at what time.

This includes Gateway Middle School, who recently hit the headlines after they punished a student for “breaking the rules” when he was just trying to save another student who was having a severe asthma attack.

A girl in his class started wheezing and coughing and Anthony immediately knew she was having a hard time breathing.

Their solution was sending an “email” to the nurse and waiting for a reply… What? They also told all the other concerned students to “remain calm” while they all waited.

After uttering “F*** that, we ain’t got no time to wait for no email from the nurse,” he grabbed the student and carried her all the way to the nurse’s office despite the teacher’s command.

In her report, she stated that Anthony had broken the rules and even quoted what he had said before carrying the student out of the classroom.

Anthony was suspended for 2 days and his mother was outraged at the news, as was he, stating: “I was like ‘what’? Am I suspended for this? Like I was trying to help her.”

Once the news went viral, others also joined in on that outrage, citing that “common sense” should outweigh “school rules.”

His mom emphasized that she will be teaching her son from now on.

Let’s hope the school realizes there’s more to life than following “rules.” Keep scrolling to see how students are finding the adjustment back to reality…