TRADITIONAL TRIBAL REGALIA AT GRADUATION

A law was passed on September 27, 2018 in the state of California allowing a student to wear traditional tribal regalia or recognized objects of religious or cultural significance at school graduation ceremonies but may not replace the cap and gown customarily worn at school graduation ceremonies.

If a student is denied the right to wear traditional regalia as its defined in Assembly Bill No. 1248 please provide them with a PDF copy of the bill or contact the schools site supervisor for further assistance.