Cleveland.com reports Fairview Park City Schools will now use an image of a caped fighter with a helmet and shield instead of the logo that showed the letter F and an arrowhead spear with a feather.
The spear logo had been used since 2006, when the district moved away from using a depiction of a Native American as a mascot and logo and later adopted a shield as an academic logo.
Chris Vicha, the principal for the middle and high school, says the district opted for the newest logo with a "gladiator" feel after talking with students, administrators and community members.
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