Principal fired over cafeteria policy
LAFAYETTE, Colo. -- An elementary school principal in Colorado said she was fired for trying to protect her students from being humiliated.
Noelle Roni says she fought a school policy that would require kids to get their hands stamped if they did not have enough money in their lunch account.
She said she was wrongfully fired after nine-years as principal and now she wants her job back to find a better solution for the students there.
"Let's solve this problem together, which is the way I operate because you have to think of these kids as our kids," said Roni.
Several parents from that school district met this week where they started a petition to recall some of the school's board members.