WESTLAND, Mich. — A Michigan high school student was suspended after exposing her school’s water problem on social media.
Hazel Juco told WXYZ she was concerned when she saw discolored water coming from the girl’s bathroom sink at John Glenn High School, but she had no idea that she would be suspended because of the picture she took.
Juco posted the photo to her social media pages, saying that she hoped someone would notice and fix the problem.
But instead of getting help, Juco was called into the school office.
“They told me I was being suspended for three days, OSS (Out of School Suspension) for taking a picture. It is inappropriate use of electronics in the restroom,” she told WXYZ. “And everyone in my school, every girl takes, like, selfies in the bathroom and makes it their profile picture on Twitter or Facebook or whatever. No one has gotten in trouble.”
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Article Courtesy of WXYZ-TV Detroit and WJW Fox 8 News Cleveland
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Michigan Student Exposes Water Problems at School, Initially Gets Suspended was originally published on wzakcleveland.com
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