Two Pennsylvania school boards have voted to alter their Native-based imagery, nicknames and mascotry.
Susquehannah Township School District's board President Jesse Rawls announced May 3 that the district will no longer be represented as "Indians" at their board meeting.
The Southern York County School District Board voted 7-3 to remove Susquehannock High School's Native-themed imagery but will retain the name "Warriors" for their representation. The new logo design will be done by students in the district.
We acknowledge Pennsylvania exists on the tribal lands of the Erie, Haudenosaunee, Lenape, Munsee, Shawnee and Susquehannock.