A Tatum ISD mother and grandmother are planning to take the district to court after their grievances about the expulsion of their children and the dress code were unanimously denied Monday by the school board.
Edwina "Randi" Woodley's son was arrested after her hearing on a charge of possession of marijuana, during which time Woodley herself was in handcuffs for a time after an officer said she had prevented him from doing his job.
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