Students not involved in altering pro-Trump photos

Students not involved in altering pro-Trump photos

A New York High School is accused os purposefully removing Trump logos from student's yearbook pictures.

Wall Township School Superintendent Cheryl Dyer says the district's investigation is ongoing.

According to USA Today, Dyer admitted she doesn't have all of the answers yet but claimed in terms of the suspension, "I knew enough at this point to get board approval to take that action". Further details about the suspension and the investigation were not disclosed, and Dyer did not immediately respond Monday to an email from The Associated Press seeking further comment. It's still unclear what role the teacher may have played in the yearbook alterations. According to parents, at least two students wore Trump shirts in their photos which were edited. Wyatt's sister, Montana, was also left without an accompanying quote for her photo as class president when her quote from Mr. Trump didn't make it to print. I like Trump, but it's history too. "If you are going to be thinking anything, you might as well think big".

Student Grant Berardo, a junior at Wall High School, took his yearbook photo in his blue "Make America Great Again" shirt. In the yearbook, the high school junior appeared to be wearing a plain and simple, dark-colored T-shirt.

Grant Berardo's father, Joseph, called for the school to recall the yearbooks and reissue unaltered ones, threatening legal action if they didn't. "HOWEVER, if we agree to talk instead of shout, I believe we can always find common ground".

Berardo earlier told The Washington Post that school pictures were sent home to the students' families after the election and that there did not seem to be any issue with Grant's portrait. "His question was, 'Is it okay? Rather, they quite literally hide behind me and litter the airways with irrelevant and frequently flawed accusations and reasonings for why things happen". "References to and support of President Trump were involved in each of these incidents".

Like other members of the Princeton High School Class of 2017, Jamaica Ponder submitted her senior collage picture for the yearbook back in January, counting down until graduation and getting ready to head to Northwestern University in the fall.

"Indeed", Dyer went on to say, "the administration applauds students for becoming involved in politics, making their voices known, and taking an active part in our democracy".

Susan Parsons, a technology/media teacher, was the yearbook advisor.

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