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Wed May 28, 2014
School Board Votes Down Changing Belmont's Controversial 'Red Raider' Logo
The "Red Raider" logo is staying put at a New Hampshire high school for now.
The student council at Belmont High School held a community forum last month taking comment on whether they should change or retire the black and red graphic of a Native American.
On Tuesday, the Shaker Regional School Board voted down the council's request to change the logo, but encouraged a public vote on the matter at next year's District Meeting.
The idea of changing the name came up after a discussion in a social studies class.
For more on Belmont's mascot controversy, click here.