Jun 10, 2015 3:51 PM
CONCORD - A Concord High School official said students were asked to return their senior T-shirts Tuesday because there were inappropriate innuendos on the shirt.
She also said administrators did not sign off the design that ended up on the printed shirts.
So far there is no comment on any disciplinary action taken against any students involved, but several students said they are outraged by the T-shirt controversy and do not feel it is a misunderstanding.
"No way, like who would put three K's on a shirt?" Concord High School Senior Julia Makris said.
"It's not a misunderstanding." Ari Toumpas, another senior, said. "I think it's just one guy who either knows he's being offensive or doesn't understand he's being offensive."
Seniors were given new shirts Wednesday.
They are white with red ink and list the names of the senior class on the back of the shirt.
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