Texas Teachers Give Student ‘Most Likely To Become A Terrorist’ Award

A propagandize district nearby Houston has apologized after a 13-year-old tyro perceived an endowment dogmatic her “Most Likely to Become a Terrorist.”

The endowment was one of several “insensitive and descent feign ridicule awards,” a Channelview Independent School District pronounced in a statement, and a teachers in doubt have been disciplined, KHOU in Houston reports.

Lizeth Villanueva, a 13-year-old honors student, perceived a militant award. She told KHOU that her clergyman gave her a certificate during a “mock” awards rite during Anthony Aguirre Junior High.

“She pronounced that some people competence get offended, yet she doesn’t unequivocally caring about a feelings,” Lizeth told a internal news station. “She was shouting about it.”

Lizeth and her mom weren’t laughing, though. Lizeth told internal TV hire KPRC that she was “shocked” when a clergyman announced her award.

She mentioned a lethal militant conflict during an Ariana Grande unison in England only days ago. “That’s not something to fun around with,” she told KPRC.

“It doesn’t demeanour like a fun to me,” Ena Hernandez, Lizeth’s mom, said.

An central with a propagandize district told KPRC that a endowment was a “poor try to poke fun” that “wasn’t good suspicion out.”

The Washington Post reports that dual honors classes perceived a feign awards. Other certificates handed out embody “most expected to cry for each small thing” and “most expected to turn homeless,” The Post says.