Update: The erotic drag show performance featured professional dancers. The show was organized by a Hempfield High School teacher who has subsequently been placed on administrative leave, according to a statement released by the district this afternoon.

Lancaster, Pennsylvania – An erotic drag show featuring professional dancers was held at the high school on Monday after school hours. It was announced to all the students attending school during second period that day. Allegedly no permission slips were issued or signed by parents for the event.

It is unknown how much the dancers were paid, and if taxpayer dollars were used to fund the event.

The GSA (genders sexualities alliance) advisor at the Hempfield High School is French teacher Kelly Tyson (center of photo). Tyson organized the drag show and is very proud of it. Children attended the show, and it was a student who took the video posted below. Tyson has allegedly hosted several drag queen shows previously.

Tyson has not responded to a request for comment.

The next Hempfield School District board meeting is May 10th, 7pm at the Administration Building, 200 Church St, Landisville, PA.

Video from the event:

The district released a statement this afternoon:

The Hempfield School District administration was made aware of a serious situation that took place at the high school on Monday, April 25, after school hours. Administration was notified of a concerning social media post and photo, and later videos, of a performance that occurred during an after-school event for GSA (Gay Sexuality Alliance) Club students. Immediately following the notification, an investigation into the incident began.

First and foremost, the administration team apologizes to students, parents, and the community on behalf of those involved in this event. We are appalled at what took place and in no way condone this type of activity in our schools. Neither the dress of the invited guests nor the performance was appropriate in our school setting.

We are taking the incident seriously in our ongoing investigation and follow-up actions. It is important to district administrators that the district has the trust and confidence of the community, and we realize that an incident such as this completely undermines that trust. We commit to completing a thorough investigation and holding those involved accountable, up to and including disciplinary action that is commensurate with any findings. Currently, an individual has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. Since this is a personnel issue, there will be certain information the district is unable to share with the public.

We respectfully request that while the appropriate district personnel investigate and address this serious matter, individuals refrain from speculation and furthering currently circulating misinformation that can get in the way of a thorough and accurate investigation.

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63 Comments

  1. The performers were NOT paid so no need to speculate to get a rise out of people about their tax payer money. They did this event for FREE as volunteers. Also no permission slips were needed because this was an after school event on school grounds, for free, and the students could choose to go or not.

    No sure why all the sudden people are acting like their students need to have a permission slip to stay in the school building after hours.

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    1. Gabe Oytoucher April 29, 2022 at 6:38 pm

      Yeah guys, drag queens dancing in thongs is a totally normal after-school, activity. Stop being so uptight! :eye roll:

      You liberal groomers are slowly but surely being exposed and this is a very good thing.

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  2. Child abuse. The staff should know better.

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  3. Nothing about this was grooming. It’s no different than a dance competition with teenage or younger girls in skimpy leotards that are riding up their asses performing for a bunch of grown adults.

    Nothing about my comment said I was liberal nor does this have anything to do with politics. No one was exposed other than you for being ignorant and small minded.

    Considering the students could chose to go to this event not sure how that makes the performers the groomers. I doubt you even have kids and if you do maybe you should be a better parent and know what after-school events they are going to if you don’t agree with it.

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  4. literally nothing was wrong with that. ive seen babes walking around the hallways in less than that. also have you ever heard of gymnastics? cheerleading?

    also, sex ed exists. at the ripe age of 12 i was forced to watch a woman push a living mixture of sperm and egg out of her lady bits and no one said anything. considering we were watching the product of heterosexual intercourse, is it not inherently sexual? but according to you a dance party is “erotic”.

    grow up.

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  5. You know if you want to be gay be gay .if you want to think your a sex that your not …..whatever!!!! But stop looking for special attention..no one wants to see it keep this in your own homes and bedrooms

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    1. No one was looking for special attention. This was for students who wanted to see dance performances for something to do. Therefore people obviously did want to see it.

      There are bigger issues at this and every school like bullying and THIS is what you all chose to be up in arms about? You are a bunch of pathetic adults.

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  9. Anyone who thinks this is acceptable as an “after school event” has no moral compass. If your idea of entertainment and fun is watching obese men dressed up as women gyrating on a high school stage, I feel somewhat sorry for you.

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  10. I don’t think this should be an after school activity. I don’t know why you would need a permission slip, this is not a sport like cheerleading as someone commented to compare the dress of cheerleading to drag queens. Number One,drag queens do show’s and do not allow children to attend these. Why would you have this taken place on school grounds. If this was done at another place, yes permission slips would be needed and appropriate if this is what you allow your kids to watch. Stop doing things like this and assume this is ok with the school and parents. We needed permission from the school to have a bake sale.

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