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Michigan School District Day Trip Allegedly Brought Children to Lounge That Had Stripper Poles

Michigan School District Day Trip Allegedly Brought Children to Lounge That Had Stripper Poles

“A mistake was made and address it and make sure that we have the policies in place to prevent it from happening again in the future”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ix9IkwjbUg

And of course, there is a photo of kids playing on the stripper poles, just what you want to see for a kids’ trip.

FOX News reports:

Michigan school trip allegedly brings kids to lounge with stripper poles: ‘Poor judgement’

A trip from a Michigan school district brought students to a restaurant with an attached lounge that included stripper poles, according to a trustee on the school board, who called the incident an example of “poor judgment.”

The incident highlighted by Libs of TikTok Twitter account, showed middle school students pole dancing.

Andrew Weaver, who is a trustee on the school board, said on his personal blog that students began dancing on the poles. Parents sent him photos students took of the incident. It occurred in November 2022, when a middle school teacher at Hart Middle School took kids on a school trip to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, according to Weaver.

“The students were… taken to lunch at Niki’s Pizza, which is attached to Niki’s Lounge. The students were moved from Niki’s Pizza due to lack of available space to the Lounge,” Weaver said on a post for his personal blog on Facebook.

He added that the students, “tried some pole dancing,” and posted a photo of the incident with the kids’ faces blocked out.

Weaver ran for the board trustee position and won amid what he and deemed were anti-parent shenanigans in the district. For example, a lawsuit that was settled for tens of thousands of dollars alleged the district was spying on parents’ online conversations in Facebook groups, and in at least one case, retaliating.

The trustee of the board, speaking in a personal capacity, told Fox News Digital that the district wasn’t transparent when the incident occurred, and didn’t sufficiently address parents’ concerns about the controversy.

“How did we get here? How do we not just communicate clearly to parents what happened? A mistake was made and address it and make sure that we have the policies in place to prevent it from happening again in the future,” he said. “It’s not a witch hunt. No one’s going after anyone. It’s really just about how do we make sure that we communicate properly.”

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Comments

The Gentle Grizzly | January 14, 2023 at 2:09 pm

“allegedly”.

That’s what school flagpoles are for, anyway.
At least your tongue will never get stuck to one of the other poles.

Looks like it was intentional to get them to the lounge. Otherwise someone would have at least claimed they didn’t know about the lounge, it was all a mistake, etc. Instead they claim “poor judgment.” They knew. Fire ’em.

Will the kids now be tested for HPV and chlamydia?