SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah high school is apologizing to its rival after publishing a yearbook page criticizing the school as “lame,” ”satanic” and “trash.”
Administrators at Maple Mountain High School in Spanish Fork told students at rival Springville High School on Saturday they made a mistake in allowing the remarks to be published on a page titled “Describe Springville.”
The yearbook page included the comments and others as part of a word cloud in the shape of Springville High School’s logo.
Administrators say the criticism doesn’t describe how Maple Mountain High truly feels about Springville.
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They say yearbook advisers did not review the page before it went to print. The school is promising to prevent the situation from arising again.
Maple Mountain is creating a sticker to cover up the page, but roughly 500 yearbooks are already in students’ hands.