ATLANTIC (WHNS) – The American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa wants to know what disciplinary action was taken against the two high school staff members who were involved in the alleged strip search of female students in Atlantic.The girls were accused of taking $100 and despite a state law barring strips searches at schools, a couple of idiots decided to ignore the law. The superintendent ruled it was okay, because "school policy" allows searches. The guy makes up other stuff, too:
The ACLU also has asked the Atlantic Community Schools to specify which employees were disciplined.
The request came in response to an Aug. 21 incident in which five Atlantic High students were asked to remove their clothes or partially disrobe while being searched by a guidance counselor.
Dan Crozier, superintendent of the Atlantic Community Schools, said two staff members had been disciplined in connection with the searches.Medical records aren't as private as you may think.
He did not name the employees or detail the disciplinary measures, citing confidentiality of personnel matters.
“There’s a law that says personnel files are personal,” said Crozier. “It’s like medical records.”
The ACLU is asking questions and want to take names. I'd like the girls to be vindicated and the idiots who committed child abuse punished.
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