The yearbook photographs of language educators at a southern California secondary school are motivating brutal words among school authorities and parents.
The photographs demonstrate the language educators at San Pasqual Secondary School in Escondido dressed in cliché outfits identified with the language they instruct, as per San Diego station KGTV.
One picture demonstrated a French instructor donning a beret, yet it was the pictures of Spanish educators wearing sombreros and phony mustaches that some discovered problematic.
“They could be hostile on the off chance that they’re ridiculing us” is the manner by which parent Martin Reyes prudently put it. “Be that as it may, it could be something good on the off chance that they’re attempting to do respect to the Mexican culture. It would be better without the huge mustache and hats.”
The Escondido Association Secondary School Region told San Diego NBC offshoot KNSD that the photos were taken toward the start of the year for use as instructor ID photos.
The school area discharged an announcement to the Escondido Times-Supporter repeating this point, yet in addition pronouncing the photographs to be “socially obtuse and in poor judgement.”
San Pasqual Secondary School main Martin Casas said in an explanation that the school “invests wholeheartedly in its rich history and diversity.”
He included: “It is our aim to utilize this circumstance as an apparatus to remind understudies, just as staff, to recollect the effects of their words and activities. We are focused on proceeding with our endeavors to guarantee all understudies, families and staff feel welcome and valued.”