Wisconsin parents outraged by questions asked of students during school game
POSTED: Monday, February 3, 2014 - 11:02am
UPDATED: Monday, February 3, 2014 - 11:09am
WISCONSIN (NBC) — Several parents with students attending Wisconsin's Marinette Middle School are outraged over a recent game that they say is inappropriate and leads to bullying.
The parents say school leaders forced their kids to play the game called "Cross the Line" which calls on the students to reveal personal information about themselves and their families.
Students line up and answer questions by taking a step forward. The Parents say it's the nature of the questions that has them upset. Some ask the group if they've experienced suicidal thoughts and if they feel one or both of their parents are alcoholics.
"Those are questions that no child should have to answer," said Janette Sadowski, a parent of a 6th grader.
She said her daughter chose not to play, and was threatened with an in-school suspension.
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