Most high-school yearbooks feature photos of students at track meets, in computer labs or in theatre productions. The one published recently at Conifer High School in Colorado features pictures of students drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana. Jefferson County School District has launched a probe after calls from aghast parents. But editor Hannah Fredrickson said, “The point of the yearbook entirely is to cover what happens in the year.”
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