Seekonk middle schoolers drew hateful images, wrote slurs in students’ yearbooks, superintendent say
Published on 16 Jun 2021, 2:09
Nearly two dozen yearbooks were confiscated following Hurley Middle School’s annual signing event after several students discovered inappropriate imagery and racial slurs had been written inside their copies.
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