A Washington state mother said Thursday she was “horrified” by her daughter’s high school not informing parents about having athletes wear ankle monitors as part of an effort to enforce social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
“I dropped my daughter off at practice on Monday for volleyball. She had sent me a text saying ‘hey, mom, they’re putting an ankle monitor on me. This is really weird.’ So that is how I found out,” Nicci Hadman told “Fox & Friends.”
Hadman contacted Eatonville High School to confront the athletic director about the ankle monitors.
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