Boulder Creek High School principal, vice principal suspended over President Trump video

Posted at 10:08 AM, Feb 10, 2017
and last updated 2017-02-10 19:24:29-05

Two Valley administrators have been suspended after their video parodying President Donald Trump went viral.

The January video features Boulder Creek High School Principal Lauren Sheehan and Vice Principal Jay Kopas as President Donald Trump and Trump spokesperson Kellyanne Conway, and what they might say if they were in charge of the school.

Letters of suspension sent to Sheahan and Kopas from the Deer Valley Unified School District say the administrators will each be suspended for 10 days without pay.

The skit was initially shown to Boulder Creek staffers at a January 19 meeting, and a video of the performance was uploaded to YouTube and made public the following day.

The video labeled parents as "morons", and referred to students and "weak, loser, stupid, lightweights".

"The story caused controversy in the community resulting in hundreds of calls and emails to the District office, Governing Board Members, and BCHS, both against and in support of the BCHS administration and District," the letter read.