A high school student in Wyoming was arrested last Thursday after refusing to wear a mask, which led the school to lock down for more than an hour.
Grace Smith, 16, who attends Laramie High School, said in an interview with Wyoming State Sen. Anthony Bouchard (R) that she was suspended for six days as part of three consecutive two-day suspensions. She also told the state senator that she was fined $1,000 for trespassing after she refused to leave the school over the mask dispute, the Washington Examiner reported.
“It makes me angry,” Smith told the state lawmaker. “It makes me feel unwanted by the school system. It makes me stressed out that I have to fight this battle as a 16-year-old. Right now, I should be