Parents in a Texas school district are reporting officials told their children to sign "waivers" for their participation in a class where they wore Islamic burqas following a WND report on the activity.
Last week, WND reported that a school in Lumberton, Texas, had underage students wear burqas as part of a lesson on Islam in a ninth-grade high school geography class. A photo of the students in burqas was included in the report.
Now parents report the students were required to come to the principal's office and sign "incident reports" without the option to refuse. They stated wearing the burqas was voluntary and not mandatory.