In August, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court's decision in favour of the girls, saying that the district didn't prove the bracelets are disruptive.
Superintendent John Reinhart told The Express-Times of Easton he supports the board's decision [to appeal to the Supreme Court].
"The Third Circuit Court has compromised administrators' abilities to intervene in what is and what is not appropriate in school," he said.
In court sessions, Reinhart had called the bracelets "cause-based marketing energized by sexual double-entendres."
I have a soft spot for students who suffer under the boot of overreaching school administrations suppressing their free speech, but I lean toward the school board on this one.