High School 'Publicly Shames' Students During Assembly
A school district in California is coming under fire after students were publicly shamed during an assembly at North High School on Tuesday, KBAK/KBFX reports.
According to the local TV station the school held a rally to discuss graduation and upcoming activities with seniors. During the assembly students who were in danger of not graduating were called out and told to leave the gymnasium in front of their classmates, KBAK/KBFX said.
"They made them leave the rally and go stand outside, because they weren't graduating, and they made them (file out), one by one by one, said Tyler Redwine, a senior at North High.
John Teves, with the Kern High School District, told KBAK/KBFX it was not planned or approved by school officials. He said the district has received a number of calls from upset parents and students.
The district is still investigating