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St. Paul, MN public school forces girl to stand barefoot in -5 weather until she has frostbite


Need any more reasons not to send your kid to public school?

When they aren’t trying to brainwash students about “white privileged” and other Marxist causes, they are dreaming up new way to abuse children. First they hold a fire drill on a day when it is -5 outside. Then they force a soaking wet barefoot girl into the cold for ten minutes. Despite the fact that she could have been taken to another public school across the street, the school forced her to stand barefoot until she had frostbite.

The school’s authority figures who abused this girl, should be charged with felony child abuse. However, since they are “authority figures,” they will probably never face any significant consequences.

From Daily Caller…

A Minnesota public high school was so committed to obeying its fire drill policy to the exact letter of the law that it forced a female student–dressed only in a swimsuit, and sopping wet–to stand outside in the freezing cold for ten minutes. As a result, she suffered frostbite.

Administrators wouldn’t let the student retrieve her clothes, sit in a car or wait inside another building, according to WCCO.

The trouble began when a small science experiment triggered the fire alarm at Como Park Senior High School in St. Paul, Minnesota. Fourteen-year-old Kayona Hagen-Tietz was swimming in the school pool for health class at the time. Her clothes were in her locker, and a teacher told her that there was no time for her to change. Hagen-Tietz was rushed outside–still wet and dressed in only swimsuit.

It was 5 degrees below zero in St. Paul that day. With the windchill, it was 25 degrees below zero.

Hagen-Tietz asked to wait inside an employee’s car, or at the elementary school across the street. But administrators believed that this would violate official policy, and could get the school in trouble, so they opted to simply let the girl freeze.

Her fellow classmates, at least, huddled around her to try to keep her warm. And one teacher did eventually lend her a coat.

Still, Hagen-Tietz came down with frostbite on her feet, according to her mother, Eva Tietz, who took her to the doctor as soon as she found out what had happened.

Stats about the school:

American Indian 1%
Asian American 35%
African American 28%
Hispanic American 10%
Caucasian American 26%

English Language Learners 32%
Special Education Learners 15%
Students eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch 72%

It is important to note that this is quad-racial school. Three of those groups have multitudes of advocacy groups representing their interests. Only one group does not, Caucasian.