MIDDLETON, Idaho – Fourteen employees members at an Idaho college district who donned caricatured outfits depicting Mexican individuals and a border wall emblazoned with “Make America Nice Once more” have been positioned on paid administrative go away.
Middleton Faculty District superintendent Josh Middleton introduced the choice Saturday at a particular college board assembly.
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After the announcement, the board went into government session, which isn’t open to the general public.
Board Chairman Tim Winkle says the costumes have been a part of a group constructing exercise after college hours.
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Pictures have been posted to the district’s Fb web page Thursday evening and later eliminated, however screenshots captured the pictures that went viral.
Middleton is about 34 miles (55 kilometres) west of Boise, with 7,500 residents. The varsity district provides a migrant schooling program.