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Bomb threat shuts down ALL schools in Wisconsin school district

Bomb threat shuts down ALL schools in Wisconsin school district where three 13-year-olds were charged with sexual harassment for using the wrong pronouns to address their non-binary classmate

  • A bomb threat shut down all schools in the district Monday, days after three high school students were investigated for their use of pronouns.
  • Kiel High School received the threat during school hours as police said they were investigating “threatening communications” towards district staff.
  • The students, all 13, received a formal complaint earlier this month for referring to the unnamed student as “she” or “she,” rather than “they” or “them.”
  • One of the boys, Braden Rabidoux, spoke about the investigation in an interview with Fox News last week, expressing fears he might not be able to get into college.
  • He, along with his two classmates, argue that the First Amendment allows them to refer to their non-binary classmate with whatever pronouns they want.
  • Since then, the incident has gained traction and garnered national news coverage, putting the small Kiel-area school district in the spotlight.

A bomb threat shut down all schools in a Wisconsin school district on Monday, days after three high school students were investigated for refusing to address their non-binary classmate with their preferred pronouns.

Kiel High School received the threat during school hours at approximately 12:45 p.m., shortly after police announced they were working to investigate “threatening communications” toward district staff regarding the sexual harassment investigation. .

The students, all aged 13 and all enrolled at Kiel Middle, received a formal complaint earlier this month, for referring to the anonymous student as “her” or “she”, rather than “they” or “them”.

One of the boys, Braden Rabidoux, spoke about the investigation in an interview with Fox News last week, expressing fears that he may not be able to get into college due to sexual harassment charges brought against him.

He and his two classmates, who have not been named, argue that the First Amendment allows them to refer to their non-binary classmate with whatever pronouns they want.

Since then, the incident has gathered steam and garnered national news coverage, putting the small Kiel-area school district, made up of three public schools and roughly 1,500 students, in the spotlight.

Just before Monday’s threat, which led to the evacuation of all three schools, Kiel city police chief Dave Funkhouser revealed that the district had been receiving a series of “extremely vulgar, hateful and disturbing” threats since that the case was made public.

Funkhouser’s announcement included the disclosure that additional patrols would be deployed around the school’s three buildings as a precaution due to concerning communications.

A bomb threat shut down all schools in a Wisconsin school district on Saturday, days after three high school students were investigated for refusing to address their non-binary classmate by their preferred pronouns.

A bomb threat shut down all schools in a Wisconsin school district on Saturday, days after three high school students were investigated for refusing to address their non-binary classmate by their preferred pronouns.

“Our actions are in response to hateful comments expressed to school personnel, and we are proactively increasing our presence in and around district buildings and grounds,” the chief said Monday morning of the increase. of police presence.

Shortly after, the Kiel Middle staff

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