The post, which was shared widely on Facebook and Twitter, has prompted outrage from parents, students and alumni alike.
Rabbi Tzvi Kupfer, adviser to the school’s Jewish Student Union (JSU), said that many of his students were uneasy about returning to school. He said:
They said they just don’t feel safe going to school anymore...This is not something that should be joked about
In an e-mail to staff and students, the principal of the school, Jeff Erikson called the dance proposal a "deeply offensive message [that] in no way aligns with our school core values: do the right thing and represent us well."
The photo has since been removed by the student.
As news broke, more people took to Twitter to condemn the act:
@janashortal I'm an alumni of Minnetonka and my father is a retired principle of Minnetonka High School. I'm so dis… https://t.co/olPFZNYIJb