No environment in 2017 is free of political commentary, not even a fundraiser for elementary school children. One Massachusetts school principal spent all day writing letters of apology to parents after a school fundraiser featured a game in which students tossed bean bags at a mock tombstone of President Trump.

“Intentionally or not, it inappropriately brought a political agenda into what was designed to be a fun family affair,” Imel wrote.

She went on to say that such events are “not the place” for politics and that she was troubled that some families were made uncomfortable by the display, The Hill reported.

The incident took place Friday night at a fundraising event where the game was brought in by a parent who intended for the design to come off as humorous.

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