WASATCH COUNTY, Ut. (WKYT) - Female students at a Utah high school want to know why their yearbook photos were altered to show less skin without them knowing about it.
CBS reports that the students attend Wasatch High School, and some of their pictures were edited to add sleeves, or tank tops beneath shirts.
One girl said she felt like they put names in a hat and picked and chose which pictures to edit. In one case, two girls were wearing nearly identical tops, but one girl had sleeves added to her picture and the other did not.
However, educators said the students know the dress code and there was a sign warning them that their pictures could be edited.
Since calling attention to the editing, the Wasatch County Superintendent admits the school did err in not applying the same rules to each student.