A petition asking for the resignation of a New Hampshire school superintendent has gained momentum after an incident where students at the district's high school prom were marked with a black Sharpie to signify their vaccination status.
The teacher was placed on administrative leave following the incident.
Connell High School in Washington state was also fined and will not be permitted to host any basketball contests this year after the students' racist comments.
"We as students feel like what we wear is not distracting towards others or affecting anyone's learning environment," one student protester explained.
Ever Lopez, 18, wad denied his diploma after he draped a Mexican flag over his gown at the graduation ceremony at Asheboro High School in North Carolina.
The Asheboro High School student wore the flag of Mexico on top of his graduation robe as he walked up the stage to receive his diploma holder. A video of the ceremony caused a backlash when the school allegedly denied the student his actual diploma for violating the dress code.
Grace Lee McClure Smith received the honorary diploma after working as a school bus driver for 30 years.
"They pulled me aside and told me that Highland was considering withholding my diploma," Paxton Smith said. "That did not happen."
The vandalism of an art installation at Tamalpais High School in California is being investigated by police.
The animal spotted in the cafeteria turned out to be a clouded jack cat—a breed that resembles the wild bobcat.
In an email to Newsweek, Melinda Meza, a spokesperson for Stockton Unified School District, said they "received several complaints from parents that the principal at Stagg High School used the graduation as a platform for his personal grievances."
Yeva Klingbeil joined her relay teammates at a track meet and was cheered as she crossed the finish line.
The questionnaire was deemed inappropriate by the school superintendent.
A school board official argued in a statement that if they allowed LGBT flags they would have to allow white supremacist flags too. "One is about inclusiveness and the other is about hate and exclusion, and I don't think that's the same thing at all," said Tai Willis, a Pendleton Heights sophomore.
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A woman was arrested after police were flagged that she was impersonating a high school student in an effort to increase her Instagram following.
A parent's Facebook post that detailed how a high school baseball coach allegedly made a racist remark against his son has resulted in the coach's firing.
The Canadian high school teacher was immediately replaced after a video allegedly showed him masturbating in front of students.
The protests led to progressive changes in the school's dress code policies and curriculum—but the students involved are now facing disciplinary action.
Thompson Jr. was fatally shot in a high school bathroom during a confrontation with police last week.
A high schooler has caused an internet firestorm after he was caught on video dismantling a school's rainbow flag.
"You better get yourself over there, [n-word], do it!" a now-suspended unidentified high school teacher shouted at a student in a video captured in Holdenville, Oklahoma on Friday.
"My reaction is, 'What, again? Again?' How many times we got to go through this?" Parker County NAACP president Eddie Burnett said.
Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves signed a bill on Thursday prohibiting transgender athletes from competing on female sports teams.
Unions are calling for teachers to be vaccinated, but Newsom is refusing to budge and pushing on with his plan to reopen schools.
Police said teenagers and parents at schools in the Gardner school district were sent two distressing emails in the middle of the night through the online learning portal.
Messages on the tape used to attach the nooses to the bleachers read "Let them play!" and "Hear us now! Please!".
The teacher told Sanders that if she had taken his AP Government class, she would better understand the First Amendment.
For the first college period during the pandemic, 21.7 percent less recent high school graduates enrolled signed up.