Assistant Principal Placed On Administrative Leave After Coloring In Students Design With Permanent Marker


A Texas middle school assistant principal has been placed on administrative leave after using a permanent marker on a students hair to color his design.
According to reports a student named Juelz got a design of the letter M in his haircut and returned to Berry Miller Jr High in Pearland on April 17.
When Juelz arrived to school he was sent to the office and given three options by the assistant principal to go to In School Suspension, call his mother of fill in his design with a black permanent marker because his hair did not meet school guidelines.
Angela Washington, Juelz mother, saw her son with the marker filling in his design and posted pictures of her son’s head to social media two days after the incident with the marker still visible and it grabbed national attention.
The school trustee for Pearland ISD shared her picture and called the incident “unbelievably unacceptable” and apologized to the family.
Although the school guideline do state that the hair must be neat and clean at all times with no extreme cuts, colors or styles, that they do not condone the assistant principals actions.



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