New York Superintendent Refutes the Ban on Show-Inspired Costumes


The central New York superintendent who banned the wearing of costumes inspired by Squid Game at schools during HalloweenThe judge was justified by, noting that the show’s nature is “intended for mature audiences.”The principal at Mott Road Elementary School in District also stated to parents that teachers have witnessed students pretending they are playing. Squid Game during recess. Squid Game, a South Korean TV show, has seen a huge rise in popularity since its September 17th release on Netflix.

Fayetteville-Manlius School district principals told parents that Squid Game and costumes based on it were not allowed. “We have observed that some students at recess have been playing a version of the squid game which is intended for mature audiences, ages 16 and older,”According to reports, the Mott Road principal wrote an email to parents. CNYCentral. “Due to concerns about the potential violent nature of the game, it is inappropriate for recess play or discussion at school. Additionally, a Halloween costume from this show does not meet our school costume guidelines due to the potential violent message aligned with the costume.”

Superintendent Dr. Craig Tice also submitted a statement. CNYCentralWe support the ban Squid Game The school has several references. He cited Halloween costume guidelines that prohibited items from being worn. “interpreted”Weapons such as toy guns and swords should not be combined with costumes. “too gory or scary” for younger students. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Halloween parades were also cancelled in the district.

“Staff members have recently noted that some students at recess have been mimicking games from Squid Game, a Roblox video game and a Netflix show that is intended for mature audiences due to the violence depicted in the show,”Tice wrote. “Because of this activity, our principals wanted to make sure our families are aware that it would be inappropriate for any student to wear to school a Halloween costume from this show because of the potential violent messages aligned with the costume. They also wanted families to be aware that some of our younger students are talking about and mimicking aspects of the show/game at school so parents and guardians would have the opportunity to speak with their children themselves about it and reinforce the school message that games associated with violent behavior are not appropriate for recess.”

Since Squid GameThese violent games are akin to children’s murderous games. Schools and parents around the globe have been concerned about the possible impact of the show. Bay District Schools in Panama City noted earlier this month that school administrators were seeing students. “trying to actually hurt each other in the name of this ‘game,'”After playing seemingly innocent playground activities. “Please make sure you’re aware of the content your children are accessing online and that you talk to them about NOT playing violent ‘games’ at school,” The district was noted. “We don’t want anyone to get hurt and we don’t want to generate discipline referrals for students who don’t really understand what they are re-enacting.”

Squid GameHwang Donghyuk directed and wrote the script. Nine episodes of the show are about people who face financial hardship and are invited by Hwang Dong-hyuk to play children’s games in order to win millions. Contestants who lose are executed and the grand prize is increased with each death. The players wear green tracksuits, while the masked guards are dressed in pink jumpsuits. The series is violent and was rated PG. Television-MA in AmericaIt is only intended for those aged 17 and over.

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