Remember last year? Well the principal and the vice principal no longer work in the district. I would imagine that they have been transferred to other parishes, um found work elsewhere.
Judge denies motion to dismiss, Cinco de Mayo T-shirt case continues
Feb 18, 2011
The controversy from Cinco de Mayo 2010 at Live Oak High School that spurred a federal civil rights lawsuit by the parents of three students who were asked to turn their American T-shirts inside-out or leave school is moving through the federal judicial system after Federal Judge James Ware issued his decision Thursday.
The plaintiffs' attorney William Becker Jr. said by e-mail that he was pleased with the decision by Ware to deny the defendant's motion to dismiss based on their argument that there was no "live case or controversy" because the Morgan Hill Unified School District has no policy against wearing American-themed clothing and the decision by the LOHS administration was rogue.