Washington State Student’s Photo Rejected For Yearbook For Using American Flag As A Prop


A student has not been included in her school’s yearbook picture because her submission photo had her using the American flag as a prop draped over her shoulders. Sierra Athos, a student of Lewis and Clark High School in Spokane, Washington, wrote on her Facebook page, on December 8, “Screw Lewis and Clark. The fact that I can’t have my senior picture in the yearbook because it contains the American flag in it amazes me. Are you kidding me right now? If the American flag offends you effing leave. Screw this school I want to switch Lewis and Clark High School.” She also posted a screenshot of the email she got from the school along with her response to the email that read: “I seriously can’t have the American flag in my picture? So am I too late to submit my picture and I don’t get one now? Did I miss the deadline?”

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