I don't really miss high school but that prompts me to take my 4 year old daughter to the convent right now, yea, it's time I buy a gun.
Eh. Schools have a dress code and this wouldn't be able to be worn at probably any high school in Iowa. She should probably just get over it and submit a new picture. Whiner.
I don't know what photographer would think this is a good idea for a yearbook submission...
What are we supposed to infer here? Any ideas what her interests might be?Quote:
Seniors at Durango High School can submit their own photos to the yearbook. They often choose pictures that reflect their interests, like sports or music.
I like how it was deemed inappropriate for the yearbook but they are more than happy to show the photo online. Good for you KCCI, way to represent.
I bet she likes to party.
I think the mom and daughter need a reality check. If you take this kind of photo for your own personal reasons, that your call, but it's the school's call to not publish it.
At least she isn't wearing yoga pants
From a marketing standpoint you couldnt pay for this kind of exposure. She wants to be a model and this is free nationwide exposure. Maybe thats what they wanted? Pretty smart if you ask me.
Photographer is awful. Even I know that its missing the brass pole that would pull this picture together.
Abuse of authority? That's quite the stretch.
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