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Honor Roll Student 7, of Bessemer, Al - Faced Suspension Over Part in Haircut

Updated: Aug 12, 2021



Honor Roll Student Faced Suspension Over Part in Haircut

 

Rashaad Hunter, an honor roll student at Greenwood Elementary School in Bessemer, was threatened with suspension over a part in his hair. Didn’t matter that Rashaad was an honor roll student and had never been in trouble, the school deemed the part in his head a design and therefore against school regulations.


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Superintendent Fred Primm Jr. said, “We allow small parts, but not excessively long parts that are done as designs. That part in that young man’s hair would be considered a design,” Primm said. He then added, “The principal has decided not to suspend the child.”




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