The yearbook at Frenship High School in Wolfforth is not picture perfect according to some students and parents. Linsae Snider, Director of Public Relations for Frenship ISD tells NewsChannel 11 that 11 seniors were not pictured in this year's book.
Snider says school policy mandates that students not in compliance with the district's dress code will not be pictured. Now, two complaints have been filed against the district, and Snider says they've discovered that there is no written proof that eight of those students were notified.
"There were a total of 25 seniors who were out of dress code compliance for senior pictures. Of those, 14 had retakes. Three of them chose not to have retakes and didn't care if their picture was in the yearbook, and there's those eight that have fallen between the cracks. There are eight that we're aware of that have no written verification that they were notified," Snider said.
School leaders believe the eight students were verbally notified about the dress code violations. A hearing is now underway to address parental and student concerns.
Snider says 22 underclassmen were also omitted from the yearbook. She says they have written proof that all of them were notified that they needed to re-take their picture.
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