Two Whitman H.S. Students Make A Post In Blackface

Two students from Montgomery County Walt Whitman High School are facing serious disciplinary action from the school system. It follows a post that went viral yesterday on social media of the students in question in Blackface. The post even included the N-word in it.

The Principle Robert Dodd wasted no time in responding to the post and saying, “I want to emphasize as strongly as possible that this type of behavior will not be tolerated at Walt Whitman High School. He went on to say the students will be punished following the code of conduct guidelines under the Montgomery County Public System.

The principle has also reported the incident to police as a hate bias crime. Later today Dodd has a meeting top-ranking county school leaders about this incident and other racial incidents. Letters were sent home to parents informing them about the matter.

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