More drama in the suburbs hits the Kansas City news cycle . . .
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Students decided to sit in the gym Thursday morning instead of attending classes. A spokesperson for the Park Hill School District said the protest was peaceful.
The protest took place after a student used "racist, inappropriate language." A school employee allegedly repeated the words while disciplining the student.
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"Students began their sit-in protest early Thursday morning, but the district said no demands have been made and they don't know what the students want. They are supervising the students choosing to sit-in in the gym and making sure they are safe, a district spokeswoman said."
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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- About 80 Park Hill High School students have camped out in the school's upper gym as a protest to the situation from earlier this week in which a staff member used racist language when engaging with a student.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Dozens of students at Park Hill High School protested the alleged actions of a school employee, hoping to draw attention to what they believe happened. Students decided to sit in the gym Thursday morning instead of attending classes. A spokesperson for the Park Hill School District said the protest was peaceful.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As many as 80 Park Hill High School students protested inside the school's gymnasium Thursday morning reacting to an incident earlier this week involving racist language. The incident involved a student using allegedly racist and inappropriate language and a teacher then repeating the language while questioning the student.
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