A group of maverick history teachers at elite Beacon HS in Manhattan let their kids skip class Tuesday to join a Trump Tower protest, despite objections from colleagues.
Roughly 200 kids from the Hell’s Kitchen public school were granted hooky passes at 11 a.m. and joined students from across the city to disparage The Donald, sources said.
But a rival faction in the school’s humanities department — English teachers — staunchly opposed the move and warned students that they would be penalized.
Department of Education authorities said Tuesday that no city students were officially allowed to leave campus and that those who did could be subject to punishment.
Beacon parents were never alerted and only found out about the impromptu field trip from their kids, according to sources.