McCracken County middle and high school students no longer will be required to wear photo identification badges to classes, according to school officials.

"It was very time-consuming to enforce the policy that required every student to wear their identification badge in every class," Superintendent Tim Heller said. "The staff had to spend time chasing kids down who didn't have their badges, and some students were suspended. It was defeating the purpose."



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