Investigation Into School That Ordered Student To Remove Pro-Trump Gear Just Ended - Here's What We Know:
Freshman Ciretta MacKenzie was ordered to remove her "Make America Great Again" and "Trump 2016" shirt on "America Pride Day." The principle of New Hampshire's Epping High School, Brian Ernest claimed her outfit violated the dress code, according to WFXT-TV.
"If it said no political gear, I could understand why, but it didn’t say that, so I feel obligated to have my own opinion and other people can have theirs. We don’t have to agree, that's fine," MacKenzie said.
"Some kids are making [me] feel like I’m uneducated and a bad kid for believing what I want to believe, and that’s not right," she added.
School Board Chairman Dave Mylott said he reviewed the School's dress code and doesn't believe it prevents students from wearing political gear.
"Personally, I think it’s very wrong. That’s a personal opinion. I don’t think it was maliciously intended. But I think it sets a precedent that I don’t think we want to have," Mylott said.
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