Boys charged after putting bodily fluids into home ec frosting

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OMAHA, NE. — Three students at an Omaha high school are in trouble after allegedly adding their semen to frosting in a home ec class.

The teens went to a bathroom, masturbated into containers and added it to the frosting according to the Omaha-World-Herald.

The teacher at Omaha Westside High thought the frosting tasted odd and then was alerted by other students who reportedly heard of the plan.

The boys are charged with disturbing the peace.

The following letter was written to students by the principal:

Good evening,

Many of you have likely heard of a disturbing incident that took place at Westside High School last week. We cannot comment on the specifics involved in this case, which involved several students and a staff member. We have offered our complete support to the staff member involved. I do want to make it clear that this type of behavior is not tolerated in any of our schools. Our school administration is following all District policies and regulations as we deal with this incident. However, per our policies, I cannot share any specifics regarding any disciplinary consequences.

I realize many of you are as upset as I am about what has happened and want answers regarding our plan of action. Please understand the complexity of this for all involved, and know District leadership and Board of Education members are in constant discussions to determine the best course of action. Protecting privacy rights, and keeping all of our students, families and staff members safe, is paramount to us at Westside Community Schools.

This isolated incident is not indicative of Westside High School or any of our schools, environments that promote respect for all of our staff members and students. We believe our District is providing exceptional education AND welcoming, respectful and inviting environments for all of our learners and employees to grow. We need your help: please talk to your children to stop the spread of speculation and rumors further perpetuating this horrible incident. With our community behind us, our strong system of learning will help us overcome this terrible incident.

Please contact us with any comments or concerns you have via our Let’s Talk communication system and we will get back to you as soon as possible:

I am grateful for your understanding and patience as we continue to resolve this issue for all involved.

Yours in education,

Blane McCann, Superintendent


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