Two Ardmore High School students are in trouble for wearing sweatshirts with racist language to school — but it’s unclear what the Alabama school did (if anything) to teach the students a lesson.
A photo, which appears to be from Snapchat, shows the unidentified duo wearing the hoodies emblazoned with “Demon Chasin N—–s” on school property. A teacher at the Alabama school reportedly became aware of the photos existence and reported it to school administrators.
According to WHNT, Karen Tucker, who works as the Director of Technology and Public Relations for Limestone County Schools, said the students were questioned about the incident and the shirts were taken from them.
She told the outlet appropriate action was taken in the situation, calling the actions of both students “a violation” of everything Limestone County Schools stand for.
“The student’s actions are a violation of the core values of our schools system and do not represent the student body,” Tucker told WHNT.
“We hold our students to the highest standards and we will not tolerate this type of behavior. LCS remains committed to the safety of our students. We have rules and regulations on preventing, recognizing and reporting bullying and insensitive behavior as well as curriculum for students at all grade levels. We will continue to take every appropriate measure to ensure that our schools are safe and welcoming places for students to learn.”
Where did they get those shirts in the first place?