A parent of a recently-graduated Enochs High School student is not accepting an apology and wants further action after her daughter and others were shown R-rated movies on a recent school field trip.
Students in one of the buses heading to Disneyland for the schools senior trip were shown ?Hangover II,? ?The Sitter? and ?Jackass,? all R-rated movies, which although the students are old enough to watch, the school district has a policy that says movies with R-ratings are not allowed to be watched on school trips or school grounds unless approved for educational purposes.
?It was a mistake and we?ve taken measures to make sure this doesn?t happen in the future, an honest mistake, ?says Modesto Schools Spokesperson Becky Fortuna.
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The students were shown the movies by an employee at Enochs High.
The parent named Aurelia Crater told the Modesto Bee that her daughter was made fun of after watching the movies, ones that she is not allowed to watch.
The 17-year-old was so devastated according to her mother that she skipped walking at her graduation.
Crater says her lawyer is advising her not to talk to anyone about her case, although she had already spoken the newspaper.
She did not specify how much she was looking for in damages.