By Associated Press - Tuesday, June 6, 2017

CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. (AP) - A high school student’s artwork featuring photos of President Donald Trump scrawled with profanities has drawn the ire of some parents in a suburban upstate New York district.

A spokeswoman at Shenendehowa (shuh-nehn-duh-HOH-uh) High School says the principal removed the piece as soon as he saw it at a student-run after-school art show on May 25. But a parent sent a photo of it to a conservative blogger who displayed it online.

The artwork was a collage of black-and-white photos of Trump’s face. A sign invited viewers to “Draw on me” with markers.

Spokeswoman Kelly DeFeciani said, “Unfortunately, people chose to write obscenities.”

DeFeciani said the vulgarities violated the school’s code of conduct. She said a letter explaining the incident has been sent to parents.

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