The students' principal says the imagery doesn't represent the community.
CRESTON, Iowa (AP) — A southern Iowa high school said Wednesday it had disciplined several students who appeared in a photo on social media wearing white hoods and waving a Confederate flag next to a burning cross.
They posed in front of a burning cross wearing KKK hoods in a photo circulated on Twitter and Facebook.
Principal Bill Messerole of Creston Community High School confirmed all the students in the photo were disciplined.
A group of students from an Iowa high school were disciplined Wednesday after a photo of them wearing white hoods, waving a Confederate flag and burning a cross began circulating on social media, according to The Associated Press.