Parents slam Texas high school after two 10th graders were allowed to perform skit portraying the assassination of Donald Trump in front of classmates 

  • Two sophomores at Marshall High School in San Antonio, Texas, were reprimanded after skit titled 'The Assassination of Donald Trump'
  • One of the boys made a gunfire sound effect with his cellphone while the other boy, who played Trump, fell to the ground. 
  • Teacher apologized and stopped her students, school officials said
  • But Harold and Melinda Bean, parents of another student, were upset that harsher measures were not taken 

Parents have expressed their anger and shock after two high school students portrayed the assassination of President-elect Donald Trump during a skit in class.

Two sophomores at Marshall High School in San Antonio, Texas, were punished after they performed a sketch titled 'The Assassination of Donald Trump' last week, according to the Express-News.

Barry Perez, a spokesperson for the school district, said 'appropriate action' had been taken, but Harold and Melinda Bean, the parents of another student, were 'angry' and 'shocked' that harsher measures were not taken.

Two sophomores at Marshall High School (pictured) in San Antonio, Texas, performed a skit titled 'The Assassination of Donald Trump' last week

Two sophomores at Marshall High School (pictured) in San Antonio, Texas, performed a skit titled 'The Assassination of Donald Trump' last week

During the skit, one of the boys made a gunfire sound effect with his cellphone while the other boy, who played Trump, fell to the ground.

The teacher did not condone the performance and stopped her students before they could finish, according to Perez, who said school officials had conducted an investigation.

The teacher also apologized, and Perez said 'appropriate action' had been taken.  

Parents of a student were 'angry' harsher measures were not taken (pictured, Trump)

Parents of a student were 'angry' harsher measures were not taken (pictured, Trump)

But the Beans complained to district officials, and said they were dissatisfied with the school district's response.

Melinda Bean told the Express-News the two students should have been suspended, adding: 'Honestly I have run out of words to describe how angry I am and how shocked I am that they’re still in school today.'

Harold Bean also said the teacher should have stopped the students from performing the skit immediately after she heard the title.

He added: 'I don’t understand how the teacher can repeat an apology and be right there back at work on Monday morning.' 

  

Advertisement

Parents of student 'angry and shocked' that classmates performed Trump assassination skit

The comments below have not been moderated.

The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.

We are no longer accepting comments on this article.