KFDX reported the yearbook's editor defended her decision. Diana Ramos said she included the pages to inspire any student who struggles.
KSAZ interviewed another yearbook staff member who said the teen parents aren't usually featured as much as others in yearbooks because they don't have the time because of their children to go to high school events like homecoming.
The district did release a statement to KSAZ saying the books commemorate students' school activities and that the teen parenting is a reflection of choices made outside of the school day.
The statement added that the school will use the feedback over the two pages to help determine future yearbook content.