Video: Colorado principal challenges firing over school's lunch account policies

Jan. 13, 2014
Leader at charter school in Lafayette objected to policy in which students' hands were stamped if they didn't have enough money in their lunch accounts

Video from CBS4 Denver: An elementary school principal in Colorado says she was fired for protecting children from humiliation. Noelle Roni, who was principal for nine years at Peak to Peak Charter School in Lafayette, says she fought against a policy that required students to get their hands stamped if they didn'’t have enough money in their lunch accounts.

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