Milton High School students punished after allegedly making offensive symbol on gym floor
MILTON, Wis. — Several students at Milton High School are facing punishment after allegedly making an “offensive symbol” on the school’s gym floor on Monday.
In a written statement by interim superintendent Richard Dahman, the district has taken measures to discipline the students involved.
Dahman refused to comment on what the offensive symbol made by the students was, or explain the punishment the students would be receiving.
Milton district officials say several high school students have been punished for making an “offensive symbol” on the school’s gym floor. More tonight on #News3Now at 5 and 6. @WISCTV_News3 pic.twitter.com/s4C309PuKj
— Adam Duxter (@News3Adam) October 3, 2019
Football coach Rodney Wedig confirmed that at least one of his players would be suspended for the team’s upcoming game.
“We are confident that our school and district administration have promptly investigated this incident and addressed it with the students in accordance with our policies,” said Dahman in an email to parents in the district.
This story is developing, and more information will be added as more details become available.
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