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On Friday, an Oklahoma school district responded to a viral video posted online of several high school students appearing to lick people’s toes as part of a school fundraiser.

The video footage, first obtained by Fox 25, was posted on X and appeared to show four students at Deer Creek High School lying on the ground, each in front of a pair of bare feet. 

The crowd is loudly cheering as an announcer counts down and the students begin licking the feet in front of them.

The school had reportedly spent the week raising money for Not Your Average Joe Coffee (NYAJ), a local coffee shop that includes “students and adults with intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities in the creation of exceptional coffee,” their website states

Throughout the week the students had participated in a list of events for the “Wonderful Week of Fundraising,” according to Fox 25.

Following the video’s release, the school district released a statement to Fox 25 as backlash began circulating online, explaining that the assembly captured on camera had occurred Thursday as high school students hosted an event called “Clash of Classes” for “students who paid to attend,” according to Fox 25.

“During this assembly, ninth through twelfth-grade students volunteered to participate in various student-organized class competitions, in the spirit of raising money for NYAJ,” the district stated. “All participants in the assembly were students who signed up for the game(s) they played ahead of time.”

“Many dedicated students gave generously of their personal time to achieve this momentous accomplishment, which will serve communities beyond the boundaries of Deer Creek. We would like to thank all of the patrons, businesses and sponsors who contributed to the success of this year’s Wonderful Week of Fundraising.”

Additionally, officials noted that no “Deer Creek faculty or staff” had “participated in any of the games” during the Thursday assembly, and praised the students for their achievement of raising a total of $152,830.38 to support the local business.

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