Conn. principal nixes life-size fetus model for HS pro-life group

Conn. principal nixes life-size fetus model for HS pro-life group

A high school student who founded a pro-life club says the principal banned her group from using life-sized fetus models as displays.

Samantha Bailey-Loomis, a 17-year-old senior at Branford High School tells WWLP-TV that the school’s principal, Lee Panagoulias, refused to let them set up the fetus models during lunch.

“He tells us that this topic in particular is too controversial to be talked about in public school,” she explained to WWLP.

Samantha, founder of Students for Life Club, stated that other high school clubs have had no problem setting up their tables during lunch.

“They had information about what their club does and what they have done in the past and they have pictures and they have poster boards just like ours, except for with different content on it,” she told WWLP.

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