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Copper Hills High School Revokes Discriminatory Dance
December 22, 2004
CITY--On December 21, Jordan School District administrators announced
that Copper Hills High School has revoked its policy requiring
same-sex couples to obtain parental permission before attending
7, the ACLU of Utah wrote a letter to the Copper Hills High School
principal after being contacted by several students and parents
concerned with the school dance policy. That letter outlined the
school’s duty to uphold students’ Constitutional rights and to
provide a safe school for all students.
ACLU of Utah is pleased that Copper Hills High School has taken
action to ensure that all students are treated equally, regardless
of sexual orientation," said Margaret Plane, Staff Attorney
for the ACLU of Utah.
The December 7 letter is available at http://www.acluutah.org/Copperhills.pdf.