An elementary school principal claims she was fired from a Colorado charter school after she complained about its policy that required students to get their hands stamped if they didn’t have enough money for school lunch on their lunch tickets.

“The students felt so humiliated, like they had done something wrong,” said former Peak to Peak Charter School principal Noelle Roni.

“They didn’t want to go into the lunchroom anymore. It’s unethical and disrespectful.”


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When asked about Roni’s claims, the board of directors said that they do not condone or tolerate unlawful retaliation.

According to a local report, Roni is demanding her job back, saying she was wrongfully terminated. A school attorney calls her claims "baseless."

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