School of Monsters

SCHOOL TEACHES CHILDREN HOW TO TORMENT ANIMALS

Cecilia Catholic School, a PK-8 private elementary school in Broussard, Louisiana

Teacher throws chicken for children to chase.

On February 24, 2017, St. Cecilia Catholic School, a PK-8 private elementary school in Broussard, Louisiana, conducted a “chicken run” ritual for Mardi Gras. In the video clip, 8th-graders and a male teacher throw chickens into the air to be chased, grabbed, and tackled, as in a football game, mistreating them strictly for fun, and possibly injuring them in the process. St. Cecilia Catholic School is teaching students that it’s good sport to be a bully as long as the victim is defenseless.

What Can I Do?

Please contact St. Cecilia Catholic School and protest the “chicken run” ritual. You are also encouraged to post a comment on the school’s and the TV station’s Facebook pages. Urge St. Cecilia Catholic School to change this abusive ritual into acts of kindness, leaving chickens and other animals permanently out of the school’s staged entertainments. No school should encourage children to enjoy hurting chickens or anyone else. Most likely there are students at this school who are ashamed of this ritual, but are afraid to speak up for fear of ridicule and reprisal.

Here are the contacts you need to Speak Out:

George Fontenot, Principal:

St. Cecilia Catholic School 
302 West Main Street 
Broussard, LA 70518 
Phone: 337-837-6363 (If the message machine is on, leave a message and request a call back, including your phone number)

Tara Boone, Director of Curriculum:

Email: tboone@scsbluejays.org

St. Cecilia Catholic School Facebook Page:

St. Cecilia Catholic School 
Comment on the ‘chicken run’ ritual here.

KATC-TV Facebook Page: 

KATC on Facebook

Thank you for taking action!

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3 thoughts on “School of Monsters

  1. Throw the Kids up in the Air so the Neck be Broke and Kill them to while your at it to. OH Kill the DAM Teacher to A H.

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