BRISTOL, Tenn. - Tennessee High has decided to allow students to keep their Harlem Shake video online.
The video was inspired by a national dance craze and then triggered controversy at the local high school.
Bristol, Tenn. City Schools asked the students to take the video offline after they say they felt that the video was inappropriate.
Students, parents and school officials all came to an agreement Saturday. The Tennessee High Harlem Shake video is back up, but the school asked for the video to include a disclaimer saying the video is not a representation of the school.
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