Videos of a 14-year-old student at a Fresno, Calif., high school wearing blackface and using a racial slur have gained traction online.
The photo was taken in September at a football game in which fans were encouraged to wear black clothing to support the team. Some students wore blackface.
The photo shows an adult wearing a white hood and two high school students in blackface with the Confederate flag behind them.
Illinois police officers and authorities at a local school district are addressing the state's second student-involved blackface scandal of the past month.
High school students in Illinois staged a walkout on Tuesday after pictures of fellow classmates in blackface surfaced on social media over the weekend.
Lake Ridge High School Principal Brandon Johnson sent an email to parents regarding the video: "There is no acceptable excuse or explanation for behaviors or speech that promote racism."
Authorities at the University of Missouri fired a campus police officer after a photo of him wearing blackface emerged.
A petition created by another student is calling for the school to enforce a "zero tolerance policy towards racism and hate speech" and expel the students in question.
A student criticized Pam Northam, whose husband, Gov. Ralph Northam, was the subject of a blackface scandal just weeks ago.