Family Could Get Jail Time for Cheering at Graduation!

At least four people in Senatobia, Miss., are facing $500 fines and up to six months in jail for the crime of cheering at a high school graduation ceremony. On May 21, Senatobia High School’s graduation ceremony, held at a local community college, went off with relatively few problems. Before the ceremony, Senatobia superintendent Jay Foster warned those in attendance to hold their applause and not cheer or make other noises until the end. A few people defied this request and cheered Read more […]