A high school yearbook is supposed to help students remember the good times, but has one school in Colorado crossed the line?
Three pages in the Conifer High School yearbook show kids smoking marijuana and using other drug paraphernalia.
Parents are outraged, and the principal agrees that the pages are in bad taste.
The yearbook staff says they wanted to represent everyone in the student body.
"They were just trying to show what really happens with students, it's part of their life,” said Drew Daughtry, a Conifer student.
He added, "This book represents everyone, not just the drug addicts at Conifer High School."
Some parents are asking the school to stop selling the yearbook; however, a decision has yet to be made.