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Girl, 8, in rock photo shoot after being denied a school photo for hair extensions

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A Michigan youngster was more than ready for her close-up after she was not allowed to use the school photo because of her red, braided hair extensions, which violated the dress code policy.

Mary Scott, 8, was all smiles during a recent personal photo shoot with Jermaine Horton Photography, rock on some of the elegant outfits and the blue streaks in her hair.

Back in October, the third-grader wasn’t allowed to pose for photos, ” a day at Paragon Charter Academy in Jackson, ms because of the hair extensions, WLIX, are reported. The incident has left the girl devastated, while her mother said she had no idea of the colorful locks of hair were not to be permitted, in accordance with the current version.

Mary Scott, 8, was all smiles during a recent personal photo shoot with Jermaine Horton Photography.
(Jermaine Horton Photography)

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As the youngster rocked with a number of stylish outfits as well as the red streaks in her hair.
(Jermaine Horton Photography)

“The life of mary, had to stand in the hallway while everyone was taking pictures,” the girl’s father, Doug Scott, told us Today, in the course of time. “They said that they would not be able to represent the school.”

“My daughter is always very happy, therefore, to see her cry, it breaks my heart,” he added.

Back in October, the third-grader wasn’t allowed to pose for photos, ” a day at Paragon Charter Academy in Jackson, ms because of the hair extensions.
(Jermaine Horton Photography)

Even though the Paragon Charter Academy’s handbook states that students ‘ hair colour should be natural colours,” there was no clear guidance of what would happen if a student came up to-day, with a light lure, by WLIX.

Mary was forced to return to the classroom without any of her pictures, and her parents eventually pulled her out of the school in relation to the incident.

The news of the plight spread quickly in the community, and the “dozens” of photographers and been in contact with the family, offering to host a special photo shoot for Seems to boost her confidence after the disruption of the trial.

Earlier this month, a Photographer, Jermain Dress pulled all the way out to Chicago for a joyful portrait session in the hope of turning lemons to lemonade, and to bring a smile back to the girl in the face. The joy, Entertainment, and Event Management, and Rich Girl Candy’s CEO Mieka Joi was also involved in the big picture, and for a donation of a wardrobe in front of the third-grader to wear for the photos.

Mary was forced to return to the classroom without any of her pictures, and her parents eventually pulled her out of the school in relation to the incident.
(Jermaine Horton Photography)

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“It was great, you have got to the form, and a change of clothes, and was given to you,” Mary told the WLIX of the special occasion.

Horton, meanwhile, said that getting involved was simply the right thing to do.

“It was great, you have got to the form, and a change of clothes, and was given to you,” Mary said, from the special photo shoot.
(Jermaine Horton Photography)

“When I first heard about this story, and I was angry as a parent because it’s the first thing I thought of was the impact and what it would do to such a beautiful girl,” he wrote on Facebook.

“I am so blessed to have been a part of it in order to give her an amazing day that allowed her to see that she is really pretty and her hair color was the BOMB! Of course, we kept it up for the photo shoot!” Horton said the student of the now-signature hair style.

In response, the Scott family is very grateful for the outpouring of support that Mary’s story was true to WLIX reports. Moving forward, He hopes to continue to be involved in the discussions related to the fair policies of the schools in the area.

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“It’s only going to get better and, hopefully, we’re going to be able to deal with these situations in the schools, in the future,” the parent said the system has been up for a closer integration.

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