The high school student from Nevada dragged a black mannequin through a lasso during a home game

Shocking moment Nevada high school student, dressed like a cowboy on a mustang, drags a black mannequin through the floor during the half-time parade of the football match

  • Damonte Ranch High School in Reno, Nevada, is under investigation after a student has dragged a black mannequin over the floor
  • The incident happened on Friday, September 20, during a home game between Damonte Ranch High School and McQueen High School
  • The investigation was requested by Chief Chief Inspector Dr. Kristen McNeill
  • It is being investigated by the Washoe County School District
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A high school is being investigated by a school district in Nevada, after the video showed a student dragging a black mannequin across the floor during a homecoming parade for football matches.

The incident took place on Friday evening in Reno between Damonte Ranch High School and McQueen High School around 9:30 PM.

Shared in a video by KRNV, a Damonte Ranch High School student can be seen dressed as a cowboy riding a mustang, the school's mascot, using a lasso to drag a black mannequin dressed like a lancer down the waist.

During a home game during a home game, a student was seen dragging a black mannequin through a lasso during a rest parade (photo)

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During a home game during a home game, a student was seen dragging a black mannequin through a lasso during a rest parade (photo)

That same night, Dr Kristen McNeill, Chief Inspector of Washoe County School District, became aware of the incident and immediately asked for an investigation.

In a pronunciation, McNeill said: & This incident and the behavior of those responsible is completely inconsistent with our collective commitment to equality, diversity, responsibility and kindness for all our students and staff. & # 39;

& # 39; The district is continuing to investigate how this most unfortunate incident occurred and will take appropriate measures to ensure that it never happens again. & # 39;

& # 39; We will hold those responsible responsible for their actions. In fact, in addition to apologies, this can result in a doubling at school level of civil rights, justice and diversity training efforts. & # 39;

Washoe County School District Chief Inspector Dr. Kristen McNeill called for an investigation into the incident (photo)

Washoe County School District Chief Inspector Dr. Kristen McNeill called for an investigation into the incident (photo)

Washoe County School District Chief Inspector Dr. Kristen McNeill called for an investigation into the incident (photo)

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According to the incident report from Reno Gazette Journal, students chose to build a homecoming float around a rodeo theme.

Class advisers approved students who would blow up a & # 39; blowing up cowboy / horse & # 39; and bought a lasso to engage a student dressed as a lancer – the McQueen mascot – for the float.

It was later decided that students would buy an inflated manikin instead of using a student.

Students tried to buy a gray manikin on Amazon, but bought a black one when that was the only available color.

Damonte Ranch High School (photo) officials and students apologized after the football game and said they never intentionally & # 39; would offend

Damonte Ranch High School (photo) officials and students apologized after the football game and said they never intentionally & # 39; would offend

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Damonte Ranch High School (photo) officials and students apologized after the football game and said they never intentionally & # 39; would offend

Students were unable to leave the mannequin on the float once, which led to a lasso dragging the mannequin around the waist.

& # 39; On behalf of our staff and students at Damonte Ranch, we are extremely apologetic and it was absolutely not our intention to ever offend anyone, but rather to demonstrate a traditional, friendly rivalry & # 39 ;, said officials of the Damonte Ranch High School in the report.

& # 39; We fully understand how this was perceived and how it could be offensive to anyone who attended the competition. & # 39;

& # 39; We would never deliberately attempt to offend a culture because we represent different cultures in our Damonte Ranch High School and community. & # 39;

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& # 39; Again, we are very sorry and we will take action and take the necessary steps to ensure that this never repeats at the Damonte Ranch High School. & # 39;

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