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Vale School District officials recently said they are overriding their students’ decisions and reprinting the 2022-23 Vale High School yearbook because it contained language that, in the superintendent’s words, “may elicit negative emotions.”
A tense public battle over content in a Florida high school yearbook was overblown, according to public records obtained by SPLC.