Kindergarteners told to pick up used condoms at New Zealand Catholic school
June 30, 2009
The administration of a New Zealand Catholic primary school has come under fire after five- and six-year-olds were told to pick up used condoms on school grounds without wearing gloves or other protective equipment. Anna Bradbury, chairwoman of the board of St. Peter Chanel School in Otaki, said that Maia Williams, the school’s principal, has revised the school’s trash collection policy.
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