Texas Teacher Made Student ‘Fill In’ Haircut With Permanent Marker

Rare | 8/19/2019 | Silke Jasso
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A federal civil rights lawsuit has been filed against a Texas school district, along with a teacher and administrators, after the teacher drew on a black student’s head with a permanent marker. Back in May, Pearland ISD teacher, Jeannette Peterson, told the seventh-grader Juelz Trice that his haircut did not adhere with the school dress code.

Peterson took matters into her own hands and told him that he would face discipline unless he allowed the shape of his hair carving to be filled out with a black marker. Safe to say she was quickly put on administrative leave after the incident, because well, you just don’t do that sort of thing. Everyone knows this.

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The lawsuit calls the whole act “racist” and names a school discipline clerk at Berry Miller Junior High as well as the child’s principal Tony Barcelona. According to the seventh-grader, the Texas teacher gave him two options: Go to in-school suspension or color in the shape of the hair carving. Through a statement, Pearland ISD said that the practice is “not condoned by the...
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