A Utah teen is claiming her junior highschool compelled her to vary her sweatshirt as a result of a picture of Marilyn Monroe violated the costume code.
Katie Fabert, the unidentified teen’s mom, stated her daughter loves the late American icon and has a few sweatshirts that she wears with photos of Marilyn Monroe printed on them.
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Nonetheless, when the 13-year-old wore one that includes Marilyn Monroe in an off-the-shoulder costume sitting subsequent to rapper Tupac Shakur to South Ogden Junior Excessive College on Wednesday, she was allegedly advised by a faculty worker to vary her shirt.
“She mainly simply stated, ‘I received costume coded for this shirt,'” Fabert stated to Fox 13, that means her daughter was cited for a costume code violation.
In line with Fabert, her daughter stated she was not given an evidence how her shirt broke the costume code guidelines. So Fabert went to the college along with her daughter on Thursday to ask the vice principal.
“I stated, ‘Is that this not in costume code?’ And he stated, ‘No, it isn’t,'” Fabert recounted to Fox 13, of her dialog with the vice principal. “And I stated, ‘Properly why is not it?'”
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Fabert advised Fox 13 the principal defined that Marilyn Monroe was not wearing compliance with the “South [Ogden Junior High’s] costume code” as a result of she had uncovered shoulders. College students usually are not allowed to have uncovered shoulders at college. Because the costume Monroe was carrying was not inside the faculty’s costume code, the sweatshirt was deemed inappropriate.
Fabert claims the encounter with the vice principal grew to become confrontational and she or he and her daughter left.
Later within the day Fabert stated she was contacted by the college’s principal, who knowledgeable her that the sweatshirt didn’t violate faculty costume code coverage. Fabert advised Fox 13 the principal assured her he was going to go over costume code coverage with the college employees.
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“As a substitute of implementing what is definitely costume code… these academics are coming in and bringing their very own opinion,” she stated to Fox 13.
In a press release to Fox 13, the Weber College District stated the college is investigating the matter.
“We did have a problem [Wednesday] with a scholar carrying a shirt that an worker thought was in a violation of the costume code. The scholar was requested to put on one thing totally different. The principal is within the strategy of reviewing that call. We’ll work intently with the scholar and their household to appropriately resolve the matter.”