Kindergarten Student Admits to "Sex Game" at School
1 year ago
School told mother her son was lying
Parents are up in arms in Michigan after it was discovered kindergarten students at a local school have been engaging in sexual activity in the bathroom.
A mother was alarmed when, back in November, her son, aged 5 or 6, who attends Washington-Parks Academy in Redford, told her "about a game that they [were] having, which was called the 'sex game,' and he told me that him and some other children there [were] engaging in this adult sexual conduct."
My FOX Detroit is reporting that the mother was told by her son that another boy of the same age was directing a game of nudity below the waist and inappropriate touching.
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When she informed the school, they simply told her that her child was lying. When the incident happened again in December, she requested a meeting with other parents.
After a third occurrence last week, principal Scott Cairo issued an e-mail to moms and dads, saying, "Last Friday, there was an incident involving a few students in the K1 class that may have included some inappropriate behavior in the restroom. The Academy responded immediately to investigate the matter thoroughly and took appropriate action in response."
Cairo will only say that the school now has an adult supervising the restrooms, but parents are still left wondering how many boys were involved, the gravity of the situation and if it's stopped.