Southridge High junior Megan Perry stands near the school's spirit rock Wednesday afternoon in Kennewick. Perry painted the rock with a rainbow scheme Monday night in support of Tuesday’s National Coming Out Day. Later Tuesday night it was painted over with a flag scheme straight pride message. The school's leadership club members painted the tan and gold scheme on Wednesday morning to apparently end the paint debate, according to students.
Southridge High junior Megan Perry stands near the school's spirit rock Wednesday afternoon in Kennewick. Perry painted the rock with a rainbow scheme Monday night in support of Tuesday’s National Coming Out Day. Later Tuesday night it was painted over with a flag scheme straight pride message. The school's leadership club members painted the tan and gold scheme on Wednesday morning to apparently end the paint debate, according to students. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Southridge High junior Megan Perry stands near the school's spirit rock Wednesday afternoon in Kennewick. Perry painted the rock with a rainbow scheme Monday night in support of Tuesday’s National Coming Out Day. Later Tuesday night it was painted over with a flag scheme straight pride message. The school's leadership club members painted the tan and gold scheme on Wednesday morning to apparently end the paint debate, according to students. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Coming Out message sparks paint fight at Southridge High

October 12, 2016 06:34 PM

UPDATED October 12, 2016 06:50 PM

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