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Incident Report: Milledgeville, Georgia

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For the second time in recent months, the Baldwin County School System finds itself investigating a politically-charged incident at one of its schools.
The latest involves a picture, shared on social media Saturday, of two Robertsdale high school students standing and smiling with the school’s mascot. One of the girls is holding a President Donald Trump political sign, that reads “Making America Great Again.” The other is holding a homemade sign that reads, “Put the Panic Back in Hispanic.”
“We are aware of a photo that appears to be taken at a Robertsdale High School football pep rally Friday, Sept. 15, that is circulating on social media containing political banners and unacceptable language,” Baldwin County Superintendent Eddie Tyler said in a statement. “School administrators, as well as my office, are following up on the matter.”
The photo stoked criticism on Facebook and Twitter. One current student said she is “sad” to be a member of the senior class, and others demanded the school system and Robertsdale high school officials be held accountable.