A California high school is apologizing for the "poor judgement" that led to its world language teachers posing in "culturally insensitive" photos. The Spanish teachers at San Pasqual High School in Escondido, California, wore ponchos, sombreros and fake mustaches while the school's French teacher was pictured in a black beret, sunglasses and pearls. The photos were originally taken for staff photo IDs at the start of the year, but were seen publicly on Monday after the yearbook was released to the school's senior students. The school district apologized on Tuesday. The next day, Principal Martin Casas addressed the uproar in a letter to the school's students, families and staff.
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