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Utah school defends yearbook editing for modesty

First Published May 29 2014 10:45AM      Last Updated May 29 2014 08:17 pm

(| Courtesy Photo) The edited Wasatch High yearbook photos of students.
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The policy allows tattoos as long as they are not so "conspicuous, extreme or odd" that they draw undue attention or disrupt the learning atmosphere.

Students, however, noted that in practice, sleeveless tops are typically allowed.

Wilkerson-Westergard said it’s commonly understood among students that they can wear sleeveless tops as long as the straps are at least two or three inches wide.

Tribune reporter Jessica Miller contributed to this report.

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