The "discourse" is evolving and probably for the better.
Students taunting each other isn't exactly a proud tradition and now rules against public rudeness are being enforced.
Still . . .
The only thing newsworthy about this golden ghetto story is that it represents a distinct change from the cruel past of local amateur sports.
Here are the deets . . .
During the second quarter of that contest, Northwest High School administrators ejected 20-30 students from the school’s spirit section for chanting, “air-ball.”
School district leaders cited Kansas State High School Activities Association Rule 52, which regards conduct at sporting events. It specifically points to chanting “air-ball” and other taunting practices, as being poor sportsmanship.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Kansas high schools are serious about enforcing the rulebook at their sporting events. A student chant we've all heard got some teenagers tossed out of a recent game. High school sports administrators in Kansas stand by their rule.