Amador Valley High senior Kenton Koos' graduation picture will not be appearing in the Amador Valley High School yearbook.
According to an article in the Contra Costa Times, Koos decided to deviate from the standard yearbook photo and sport a temporary tribal tattoo and nose ring for his photo.
Although it was meant to be funny, school administrators decided to nix the picture.
The article says that ACLU attorney Linda Lye calls the ban a "blatant violation" of a provision in the state's Education Code which protects freedom of speech in school publications.
According to the Amador Valley Sports website, Koos is a lacrosse player.
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