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DISGUSTING: Oklahoma School Under Investigation Over Video of Children Licking Feet

A high school in Oklahoma is currently under investigation after a disturbing video of kids licking feet and sucking on toes surfaced online.

According to the school, the foot-licking video was filmed during a fundraiser. Apparently, one of the fundraising events involved students licking peanut butter off of other students’ feet.

The questionable video can be seen below (WARNING: gross and disturbing content):

The ‘fundraiser’ took place at Deer Creek High School in Edmonton, OK.

Oklahoma State Superintendent Ryan Walters called the video “disgusting” and said his agency is currently investigating the institution.

Sen. Ted Cruz called out the disgusting video as a form of child abuse:

Fox News has more details on the investigation into the high school:

Oklahoma authorities are investigating a local high school after footage from a fundraiser event appeared to show students sucking and licking one another’s toes last week.

The footage from Deer Creek High School in Edmond, Oklahoma, shocked and disgusted social media users across the country this weekend. Oklahoma State Superintendent Ryan Walters soon announced an investigation into the incident, calling it “disgusting.”

The footage, originally obtained by Fox 25, was taken during a week-long fundraiser for a local coffee shop that employs people with special needs. Students from 9th through 12th grade volunteered to take part in various class competitions that students paid to attend, according to the outlet.

The video shows student volunteers who were paired up, one set sitting on chairs while the others laid down below them and licked peanut butter off of their toes.

“This is disgusting,” Walters said in a statement on Friday. “We are cleaning up this filth in Oklahoma schools. Our agency is investigating.”

Deer Creek High School issued a statement defending their ‘fundraiser’, which you can read here:

Local news outlet KOKH also reported on the school’s response:

The district said that on Thursday, Deer Creek High School hosted an assembly called Clash of Classes for students to pay to attend.

Students in 9th through 12th grades volunteered to participate in different class competitions, according to the district.

Deer Creek Schools noted that every student who participated signed up for the games ahead of time and that no Deer Creek faculty or staff participated during the assembly.

The district also said students were paired up with corresponding grade levels for the competition where students were seen in the video licking toes.

The district said $152,830.38 was raised for Not Your Average Joe Coffee during the fundraising week.

You can read Deer Creek School District’s full statement below:

This afternoon, Deer Creek High School announced a grand total of $152,830.38 raised for Not Your Average Joe Coffee, an organization created to ‘inspire our community by including students and adults with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities,’ according to their website. This total was raised through a week of events and activities at both Deer Creek High School and Deer Creek Middle School, all designed to bring our community together for an extremely impactful organization. On Thursday, February 29, 2024, Deer Creek High School hosted an assembly called the Clash of Classes for students who paid to attend. During this assembly, ninth through twelfth grade students volunteered to participate in various student-organized class competitions, in the spirit of raising money for NYAJ. All participants in the assembly were students who signed up for the game(s) they played ahead of time. No Deer Creek faculty or staff participated in any of the games during this Clash of Classes assembly. Many dedicated students gave generously of their personal time to achieve this momentous accomplishment, which will serve communities beyond the boundaries of Deer Creek. We would like to thank all of the patrons, businesses and sponsors who contributed to the success of this year’s Wonderful Week of Fundraising.


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