Parents of a student at Manitoba's Walter Whyte School are demanding that the principal and two teachers be fired after their son and another student were tricked into eating moose droppings during a field trip. Superintendent Scott Kwasnitza says staff members have been disciplined after they watched, and did not stop, two adult chaperones trick the Grade 8 students into eating the moose droppings by telling them they were chocolate-covered almonds. He refused to say exactly what punishment they received, however.
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