We held our first protest in front of the BISD administration building and throughout the protest, around 40 people came and went to show their support! Not so shabby for throwing it together in a day or so, right? It's been a day of lots of whispered rumors and speculation about whether or not BISD has the proof we're asking for, but we're optimistic by a comment released in a story from our local news station, KBMT. They reported tonight that BISD "says it had nothing to do with the cancellation of the program, and that it was Mr. Amons' decision." It seems to some of us who are following the story at the local level that this might be BISD's way of distancing themselves from Mr. Amons' decision to cancel the program. If so, is that because they realize that they're potentially facing the biggest legal battle that they've ever seen and Mr. Amons failure to properly end the program will surely point to a major civil rights violation that the school district will be responsible for?