Durango High student Sydney Spies is not happy about the photo her school's yearbook committee will be using of her.
Sydney's mother Miki told Westword magazine
that the yearbook is using Sydney's school ID card photo as her senior picture.
You may remember Sydney Spies' senior portrait choice was rejected because her attire in the photo violated dress code.
The Durango Herald said the high school requires that tops "fully cover the chest, back, abdomen and sides of the student."
The photo Spies submitted showed her wearing a yellow skirt with a black shawl that exposes her shoulders and midsection.
A second photo was rejected and third photo didn't get submitted on time, according to Westword.
Miki Spies told the newspaper the family plans to file a complaint over the entire matter.
On Facebook, Spies said, "This whole yearbook photo has me thinking again. A lot of people are questioning my parenting skills. My kids tell me everything and I try to guide them as best as I can. But in the end I allow them to make their own decisions resulting in their own successes or failures. I don't see what resulted with all of this as a failure at all. Sydney has had the world see her photo. In my opinion the fact ...that she would love to be a famous model someday shows that she made a pretty interesting decision! No matter how all of this turns out my daughter made her own choice and is ready to make her own way. I cheer from the sidelines 'Go take that world baby girl, you can achieve any greatness you desire!''
See more of the controversial photos and read more about the controversy on Westword's website
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