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Miami Dade-County Public Schools may be giving out more than just detentions. A website that sells college and high school sportswear, has stamped on the mascots, colors, and logos of several 305 schools without askig permission, Miami New Timesreports, and now MDCPS is suing.
If you head to prepsportswear.com, you'll find sweatshirts, tees, and hats from Miami Springs Senior High, Hialeah High, Palmetto Elementary and Senior High, and practically every other public school in the county. MDCPS is suing on the basis that the site misleads parents and students and denies revenue to the schools.
Besides public schools, you can also find private schools like Our Lady of Lourdes Academy, Monsignor Edward Pace High School, and Gulliver. Previously, Belen Jesuit had an issue with the site, so we reckon this could be an issue too. he company has previously been sued for similar alleged violations, including by Belen Jesuit earlier in June.