Outcry After High School Students Strip-Searched for Vapes


In mid-January, staff at a Wisconsin high school conducted invasive searches of six female students, ordering them to strip down to their underwear.

The searches were done because the administration suspected the students of concealing nicotine vaping devices.

The Green Bay Press Gazette, which has been extensively covering the story, reported that two women—Superintendent Kelly Casper and the nurse at Suring Public High School, in a rural town in Oconto County—instructed the girls to undress.

One of the students stated that she “was asked to pull her bra band away from her body, but her breasts were not exposed to Ms. Casper or the nurse,” according to District Attorney Edward D. Burke Jr. (Burke’s office said that this testimony contradicted others.) Burke also noted that two of the students searched said that they were not wearing any underwear, but were permitted to keep on their leggings.

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Alex Norcia – Filter – 2022-02-23.

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