MENOMONEE FALLS, Wis. (CBS 58) — 31 public school districts use Native American mascots, including the Menomonee Falls Indians.
The school board got an earful Wednesday night from people on both sides of the debate.
Many times at meetings like this, one side of the debate shows up in force. But on Wednesday, public comments were split almost right down the middle.
Parents, alumni and students turned out to have their voices heard Wednesday.
“It would be a ridiculous and useless amount of money to change an F with a couple of feathers sticking out of it.”
As Mark Belling exclusively uncovered, this is part of a faux process by the superintendent and school board to change the mascot. They want to do it. They are going to do it. And the meeting last night was just for show.