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On Monday, the 2019 yearbook for San Pasqual High School in Escondido, California, was released, and it’s causing quite a stir.
The yearbook’s World Language Department faculty section features photos of seven teachers, six of whom are wearing sombreros, ponchos, and fake mustaches. Millie Laurs, a French teacher, can be seen wearing long black gloves, pearls, sunglasses, and a beret.
The article goes on to state the following:
On Tuesday, the school released a statement condemning the “culturally insensitive” photos:
The 2019 year book for San Pascual High School, “The Golden Legend,” was released yesterday to senior students. It has come to our attention it contained photos from the World Language Department that are culturally insensitive and in poor judgment. The photos are a collection of pictures taken at the beginning of the year for use as teacher ID photos.
Administrators have discussed the issue with the SPHS staff. Principal Martin Casas and his administrative team are taking precautions to ensure a similar situation does not occur in the future.
According to principal Casas, “San Pasqual High School takes pride in its rich history and diversity. It is our intent to use the situation as a tool to remind students, as well as staff, to remember the impacts of their words and actions. We are committed to continuing our efforts to ensure all students, families and staff feel welcome and valued.”
“United … we are San Pasqual.”
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