Hazard High School is under investigation after several obscene images of students misbehaving in front of teachers appeared online. A handful of disturbing images have been posted on the school’s official Facebook page, which has now caught the attention of the Kentucky Department of Education.
Hazard High School posted pictures of its end of year celebrations on the Facebook page of the athletics department. The photos were also subsequently removed.
Among the many inappropriate activities, a few of the events included a ‘Man pageant’ and ‘Costume Day’, in which students and staff participated.
The events took place in the school gymnasium. The footage showed boys dressed in their underwear, as well as women’s underwear. Students have been seen committing obscene acts against male teachers.
Several faculty members were seen participating in these events. Hazard High School principal Donald “Happy” Mobelini, who happens to be the mayor of Perry County City, was also seen participating in the inappropriate event.
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Of the many baffling images posted online, the most mind-boggling images showed students inappropriately dancing in front of Principal Donald Mobelini
The principal of Hazard High School was seen participating in the event that happened before him.
Hazard Independent Schools board member Aster Sizemore said in an interview that the principal should not have allowed such events to happen. Sizemore told the Courier-Journal:
âNormally the principal, Happy Mobelini, is pretty strict, so it surprises me unless someone pulls something out of a hat. A kid comes to school in a short dress, you know, he does them. go home and change. “
Mobelini also found himself involved in another lawsuit. According to the Lexington Herald-Leader, the principal was charged with improper chaperoning while on a school trip. The student alleged that she was beaten by another student during the said trip.
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Two other teachers from Hazard High School are also involved in the same lawsuit. The above case also includes charges concerning several students who consumed alcohol during a trip in 2017. The jury trial is scheduled for August 2022, according to court records.