Clemens Mountain High School officials vowed to strengthen policies after the twerking incident

Clemens Mountain School District officials are reviewing and strengthening their policies regarding the use of school facilities after an event last weekend at the district’s middle school that parents and officials called a dancer “inappropriate.”

Superintendent Monique Beals said Wednesday that staff training on the board’s policy has already begun, and the district is now requiring flyers for upcoming events at school facilities from a preliminary review.

“Some of the things we require is that … all forms related to any event must be submitted prior to the event, so they are all reviewed,” Beals said. “We will be running a two-week schedule … If they want to use our facilities for charity and non-profit effects, they must notify us at least two weeks in advance.”

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