(KSL) Wasatch School District officials are standing by a decision at Wasatch High School to edit yearbook photos of students determined to be in violation of the school's dress code.
In a prepared statement posted on the Utah district's website, administrators said students were made aware of potential edits on the day their yearbook photos were taken.
District officials claim that a 4-by-5 foot sign was posted reminding students that clothing such as tank tops and low-cut shirts were not allowed and could lead to their photos being corrected for publication.
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