Deonna Harris and Kimberly Haney were both taken aside by school officials at White Cloud High School here in Michigan this week and told that their pictures were unfit for publication in this year's school yearbook. See if you agree with the reason why.
This is the first year that students were allowed to pose with props in their yearbook photos. Having said that, one prop in particular is now causing a lot of controversy. In fact, the prop and the photo have been banned from the yearbook because it might promote teen pregnancy.
A mother is standing up to school officials in the Detroit suburb of Northville, claiming that the unedited version of Anne Frank's diary, 'The Diary of a Young Girl' is too frank for 7th graders, calling the material "pornographic."
If you have one of those rare children who dread the summer break....who miss the structure, their friends and the time spent learning new things, the Lapeer school district has an new option that may work out well for you.
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