Published: Tue, November 06, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

School teachers dress up as a MAGA border wall for Halloween

School teachers dress up as a MAGA border wall for Halloween

Those who dressed as the "wall" were photographed behind cardboard that was painted to look like bricks and the words "Make America Great Again" written out in red-white-and-blue letters.

Photos of the costumes were posted on the Middleton School District's Facebook page and were later removed after numerous complaints began rolling in.

He said district administration officials are investigating the "poor decisions" that were made.

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Both groups reportedly wore the costumes in class at Middleton Heights Elementary. "I want to say we are better than this". "The messages conveyed are the antithesis of the beliefs and values of the Idaho Education Association and its dedicated members throughout the state".

Teachers at an elementary school in Middleton, Idaho, have come under fire after photos of their offensive Halloween costumes went viral on social media. We have a responsibility to teach all students. "On behalf of the Middleton School District, I share sincerest apologies for these insensitive actions and offending our families and patrons", he said.

"We are better than this", he added. No, I don't. Was there a poor judgement involved?

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'Last night, a parent contacted me expressing concern of staff costumes worn here on Halloween, ' he said. Another group in a second picture was dressed up with sombreros, carrying maracas and wearing fake black mustaches, which some parents called racist.

Middleton School Superintendent Dr. Josh Middleton has said he is "deeply troubled by the decision" and that the costumes were clearly insensitive and inappropriate.

Beth Almanza, an immigrant rights advocate with the Idaho DACA Students group called the photos "extremely disheartening" and "heartbreaking". "We embrace all students".

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On Saturday, Middleton also announced that a member of the school district's crisis team would be taking over principal duties at Middleton Heights Elementary for the immediate future. Idaho DACA Students' Facebook page also posted the photos, noting that the costumes are disheartening, heartbreaking and not amusing.

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