UPDATE: This story was updated on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 4:45 p.m. with additional comments from FRHSD.
A district wide policy on school concerts has lead Freehold High School students to take to the Internet with a petition.
Last week, Freehold High School students learned they had won "The Last School Standing" contest on 92.3 NOW FM. Their prize, a free concert with Cher Lloyd, a 2010 X-Factor UK finalist known for her popular song "Want U Back". However, the students' petition claims Freehold Regional High School District policy prohibits concerts from being held on school grounds. On Tuesday, FRHSD Communications and District Projects Coordinator Nakell Williams said no such policy exists.
Over 600 people have already signed the student's peition and voiced their opposition to the district’s policy.
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When reached for a response on Monday, Williams said the district had no comment about the petition or the concert.
On Tuesday afternoon, Williams told Freehold Patch that students have not been denied the concert and that a decision is still pending.