A rogue community group has hijacked a bake sale sign from a rural northwest Auckland school to push a ‘freedom of choice’ message, NZ Herald reports. But Waitoki School principal Chris Neison said it was not communication that had come from the school, staff or the board of trustees. He did not know whether the sign was referring to the mandatory vaccination of teachers, or to how the school will welcome children back on Monday should the government confirm this is when schools re-open.
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