More than 20 students at a Virginia high school were suspended Thursday after wearing clothes emblazoned with Confederate flags, according to multiple media reports.
Montgomery County Public Schools spokeswoman Brenda Drake told WSLS-TV in Roanoke that 22 or 23 students at Christiansburg High violated the dress code and refused to comply when given the opportunity. All were issued one-day, in-school suspensions, Drake said.
She told the TV station that most of the suspensions were changed to out-of-school suspensions after many of the students became disruptive.
We are in the FINAL HOURS of our 4th of July Super Sale! Get double Patriot Points and free shipping on the hottest items!