Utah teacher and principal on leave for allowing student to wear a Nazi costume

The principal and a teacher at a Kaysville (Utah) elementary school were suspended with pay after allowing a student to dress in a Nazi costume in a Halloween parade.

The image of the child — dressed in tan pants and a brown shirt with a red arm band adorned with a black swastika — began circulating on social media after the Thursday parade at Creekside Elementary. Many commenters expressed outrage at whoever allowed the child to wear the costume, while others supported the boy.

Salt Lake Tribune:

The school district released the following statement:

“The Davis School District apologizes for what took place yesterday. It does not tolerate speech, images or conduct that portray or promote hate in any form. The district is taking the matter very seriously and is investigating every aspect of the situation. The principal and teacher have been placed on paid administrative leave.” 

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