Irving Finds Student Responsible for Yearbook Misprint

Student will face discipline when school resumes in fall

Thursday, Jun 13, 2013  |  Updated 8:03 PM CDT
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Irving Finds Student Responsible for Yearbook Misprint

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The school district said it knows which student changed a cheerleader's name to a derogatory term in Irving High School's yearbook.

The Irving Independent School District pulled hundreds of yearbooks last month after finding the term "Ugly Hoe" in place of a cheerleader's name in a caption under a group photo.

The female student responsible will be punished when she returns to school next year. While her exact punishment has not yet been decided, she will no longer be on the yearbook staff, the district said.

Irving ISD previously had said a student tampered with the file before it was sent to the printer.

All 225 yearbooks are being reprinted. They will be distributed at the end of this month.

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The school district will pay for the cost of reprinting. The print is only charging the district for the cost of labor.

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