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Student to Return to School After Haircut

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SHERMAN, TX -- An update now to the story about the Sherman elementary student, sent home from school because of his Mohawk haircut.  KTEN's Chris Severy reports.

Earlier Wednesday evening, Brandon Travis' mother Kammi called KTEN and said her son had his hair cut and will return to school at Crutchfield Elementary on Thursday.  The top part is now shorter and is closer in length to the sides.  Brandon's dad took him up to school and the principal reportedly told them it was now borderline, but indeed good enough for him to return to school on Thursday.  Kammi said she only decided to cut his hair after she heard from a district official that a truant officer would be paying a visit sometime in the next 10-days and she could be fined if Brandon didn't return to school. 
    
  

    

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