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No letter for Michael

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(KSNW)  A Wichita, Kansas woman claims her special needs son was asked to remove his letter jacket at school.

The student, Michael Kelley, has Down's Syndrome and autism. Kelley is not a varsity athlete but participates in extra-curricular special needs basketball.

His family bought him a varsity letter like the other kids wear, but recently, his mother says he was asked to not wear the jacket.

The letter is an official Wichita East High School varsity letter, and East High says he is not supposed to have that letter.

"Another parent, from what I am told, was upset that my son was wearing his letter jacket," Jolinda Kelley says.

Read more at KSNW's website
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