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The New York City Department of Education's official policy is that no students were allowed to leave campus and those who did could be punished. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

About 200 high school students in Manhattan were let out of class to protest at Trump Tower, the New York Post reports.

History teachers at Beacon High School let their students go to the protests, while the school’s English teachers warned students they’d be penalized if they left school.

Parents weren’t informed about what happened until their kids told them.

Chants at the protest included “No Trump, no KKK, no racist USA” and “Whose p—-y grabs back? My p—-y grabs pack.”

A group of students at Poly Prep High School, a private school, claim they were excused from class to join the protest, but school staff say anyone who skipped school for the protest would be disciplined.

The city’s Department of Education’s official policy is that no students were allowed to leave campus and those who did could be punished.

Jason Russell is the contributors editor for the Washington Examiner.

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