L'Anse Creuse Principal Violates School Policy And Student's Rights, Looks Over Closed Bathroom Stall Door
A Michigan student of the "L'Anse Creuse Public Schools" was behind the door of a closed bathroom stall at the "DIAnne M. Pellerin Center", when, by the student's report, a principal there saw fit to look over the closed door of the stall, and proceed to engage "aggressively" with the student (who shall remain unnamed).
The student, who was told to leave the school, admitted to "cussing [the principal] out", but noted that "I don't think that's too horrible, considering he peeked over the stall and was immediately hostile", a particularly troubling response, as the purpose for the her escape to said stall was due to an anxiety attack induced by the bustling conditions of the lunch room.
I reached out to the Human Resources Dept. of L'Anse Creuse, who was tepid in their eagerness to answer my question (despite being the HR dept., slated with the task of protecting students, in this case, over faculty), but did confirm that it is against school policy for faculty members, including principals, to violate a student's privacy in a closed bathroom stall. The conversation has been published in full, in the video to your left, for your viewing...