One of the videos posted on social media has been viewed nearly 308,000 times.
Parents and guardians of students at the school also have different opinions about the teens’ costumes.
“If they’re dancers, they’re entertainers,” one grandparent, Debbie Frasier, said. “So if you have the same problem, you have the problem with Beyonce or young child stars who dress that way on national television.”
The high school’s principal released a statement Tuesday, saying that the parents of each dance team member approved of the costumes.
“While all the parents of the dancers who participated in the event approved of the attire, we understand the concerns that have been raised and sincerely apologize for any offense this may have caused,” Wallace Aristide said. “Looking ahead, we will implement a more comprehensive and stringent uniform approval process to ensure an appropriate representation of our school.”
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