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    Superintendent: 5th-graders given non-alcoholic beer at Michigan school during history lesson

    Teacher allowed Hyatt Elementary students to sample O'Doul's to represent ale common in the 1700s


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    LINDEN, Mich. -
    A superintendent says a Michigan teacher gave non-alcoholic beer to a classroom of fifth graders as part of a history lesson.

    Superintendent Ed Koledo says the teacher allowed Hyatt Elementary students in Linden to sample O'Doul's that was brought to school by a student to represent ale common in the 1700s and consumed at the time because of the scarcity of clean water...

    http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/...ichigan-school-during-history-lesson/25031094
     
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    March 18, 2014 at 10:48 am

    5th-graders given non-alcoholic beer at Michigan school

    Associated Press

    Linden — A Michigan teacher made a poor choice by giving non-alcoholic beer to a class of fifth graders in a history lesson, a school official said.

    Superintendent Ed Koledo said the teacher allowed Hyatt Elementary students in Linden to sample O’Doul’s that had been brought to school by a student March 6 to represent ale common in the 1700s. The students were told that many people drank ale at the time because water was sometimes dirty or unhealthy...

    From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20140318/SCHOOLS/303180047#ixzz2wKel20sa
     

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