Feb 17, 2023 | 7:05pm
Canadian high school students face violent bomb threat — months later Transgender shop teacher images Wearing huge fake breasts first went viral.
Oakville Trafalgar High School in Ontario has received multiple bomb threats and gun violence warnings since it was set on fire late last year. teacher’s story Kayla Lemieux wearing a Z-cup prosthesis to teach class had a blast.
“For some children, there were so many bomb threats that it became part of their day.
“During class, teachers search the classroom for bombs, look under desks, open staplers, etc.”
The latest threat was made anonymously online Wednesday, the school’s acting principal Steve Oliver warned parents in an email.
“Our school has received anonymous threats online. We understand that you are upset to hear this, and we appreciate your concern,” the warning said.
“Classes will continue as scheduled and proceed cautiously in accordance with Halton’s emergency protocols.”
The threat was titled “I planted bombs all over your school” and made specific threats against Lemieux and two other school officials. According to National Post.
A neighbor told The Post Lemieux this week that she rarely wears artificial breasts outside of school, Shooting in men’s clothes Run errands.
Lawyer Rishi Bandhu, whose school the ninth graders attend, described the story about Lemieux’s outfit as very “disruptive.”
“I can say that for parents who did not expect to send their children to a learning environment characterized by chaos, controversy and inappropriately dressed teachers, this can be very difficult and disruptive,” he said in the Post. told to
“There’s nothing wrong with transgender teachers, but it’s not the learning environment we want for our children. They simply have to dress professionally.”
Bandeau dismissed Lemieux’s giant breast prosthesis as “fetishware,” adding that it was “an overstatement of style.”
“It can be confusing, distracting, and detrimental to a child’s sexual maturity. School has no place — his private time, bars, clubs, or needing no professional dress code.” It can be worn in other places.
One alert sent by the school to parents on November 17 specifically referred to the threat of “bomb and gun violence.” He admitted that the school had become the subject of “huge attention” after a photo of Lemieux in class made international headlines.
“The threats received today, yesterday, and in September were issued by people who emailed the threats with the intent to create a sense of unease and fear,” the email alert said.
“We are also aware of the fact that these threats may be the result of copycats, given the significant media attention. , undermines personal safety and trust.”
After the school received a bomb threat on December 15, parents were warned that the building was being monitored on a 24-hour basis.
There have been numerous sightings of police cars outside the school in recent months.
Still, the school has repeatedly attempted to reassure concerned parents, warning multiple times that “these threats lack credibility and are more hateful pranks than high levels of risk”. I believe that it is rooted in
“Our school continues to receive anonymous threats online, so we understand that hearing this is very disturbing, and we appreciate your concern,” the warning continued. rice field.
Halton Regional Police Service did not immediately respond to The Post on Friday regarding the threats.
The continued threats to the school come as the Halton District School Board continues to provoke outrage over permits. Lemieux in the classroom while wearing her huge artificial breast.
Halton School District students were also “threatened with suspension” if they were caught taking pictures or videos of their teachers in the store.