Threats forced Trinity School in Manchester, NH to postpone events following racist house proposal

MANCHESTER, NH – A Catholic school in New Hampshire has postponed all sporting events this weekend after a student’s racist home suggestion sent shockwaves through the Manchester community and Moreover.

“Racial mockery or racist practices are contrary to those beliefs and completely unacceptable,” Trinity High School President Nathan Stanton said in a letter to the community.

The school said it took disciplinary action, but because of privacy concerns it was unable to say what the action was.

Stanton said, “this or similar behavior is not tolerated or unacceptable.”

The scene said they were receiving threats of violence.

For the safety of our students, all sporting events have been postponed this weekend.


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