A high school in Wisconsin is said to have been shot dead by another award ceremony last year, when some teenagers won awards, such as the Big Boobie and Big Booty awards.
Violent parents were in contact with the US Civil Liberties Union and on Tuesday the group sent a warning to the unified Kenosha school district that she could sue at the Tremper secondary school awarding ceremony, the New York Times reports.
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ACLU accused coach trainers of school of making inappropriate comments to students and stated that the district "promotes sexual harassment." The group urged the district to take appropriate measures against trainers.
Tremper Middle School trainers gave the girl awards for her supposedly "huge boobs", as well as the "Big extraction" reward for the other because "everyone loves her. The freshman cheerleader also received the String Bean award because she was" so easy and thin. "
The parents who were on the story told The New York Times that it was uncomfortable for them. Looking around and thinking," Did this happen? "If my daughter won one of these awards, I would absolutely hurry to the stage. It was so wrong in many ways, "one mother said to the newspaper.
D The secretary of the Tremper School, Steve Knecht, was reportedly instructed by several other trainers and turned to Patty Uttekham for trainer coaching, Coach trainer Knnehat said that the awards were first issued in 201
 UTTECH asked to retire in May 2018 and said that if she wants to be still part of the team, she should be behind the scenes. , the newspaper reports. Uttech apologized to the girls, but refused to resign.
The Tremper School was told not to issue these awards at any future banquets. The Tremper incident, it is clearly anticipated that awards of this nature are unacceptable and should not be given in the Tremper Banquets of Tremper, going forward, "spokeswoman for the unified school district of Kenosha reported. "As far as the investigation is concerned, we have no right to share staffing issues"