St. Teresa’s Academy students and administrators were appalled this week when they received a new shipment of student IDs that included many with retouched photos. The photo company blamed the error on a processing mistake.
St. Teresa’s Academy students and administrators were appalled this week when they received a new shipment of student IDs that included many with retouched photos. The photo company blamed the error on a processing mistake. File photo The Kansas City Star
St. Teresa’s Academy students and administrators were appalled this week when they received a new shipment of student IDs that included many with retouched photos. The photo company blamed the error on a processing mistake. File photo The Kansas City Star

KC’s St. Teresa’s Academy in flap over faces after retouched photos are printed on IDs

January 09, 2015 5:11 PM

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