MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL: Thought The Student Elections Were ‘Racist’, So She Made This Decision

Published on October 20, 2015

Only in Obamaland is this okay. The students might also have to go through some re-education for how to vote.

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — An election controversy has students and parents up in arms.

A middle school in San Francisco is refusing to tell kids the winners of the student body government election. It is because, as one student told KRON’s Justine Waldman, the principal does not like who won.

“I wanted to get more involved and change some things,” student Sebastian Kaplan said.

Kaplan is now involved in a slight controversy when all he wanted was to be his seventh grade representative at Everett Middle School in the Mission District.

“I feel like it is disrespectful to all the people who were running,” Kaplan said.

Sebastian said the results of the student government election, held on Oct. 10, have not come out yet. He and the other candidates were told this week it is because the principal believes the winners are not diverse enough.

Read more: KRON 4

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