and another school fucked it up again.... A California private school has come under fire for planning a Black History Month celebration that included a menu of fried chicken, watermelon and cornbread. The Carondelet High School for Girls in Concord, Calif., is apologizing to parents and students for the offensive menu. Itâ€™s unclear whose decision it was to hold a lunch consisting of fried chicken, cornbread and watermelon. NBC Bay area reported Thursday that students were looking for a way to honor Black History Month. "I'd like to apologize for the announcement and any hurt this caused students, parents or community members," Carondelet Principal Nancy Libby said in a letter sent to parents. "Please know that at no time at Carondelet do we wish to perpetrate racial stereotypes." In a letter to the school community, Libby wrote that watermelon, fried chicken and cornbread will be removed from the lunch menu. She also agreed to hold a diversity assembly for students and faculty at Carondelet High School for Girls. Both Libby and the schoolâ€™s dean declined to talk with NBC Bay Area about the Black History Month lunch menu controversy. James Taylor, a professor at the University of San Francisco, said the menu is offensive even if the school had good intentions. "Chicken, watermelon, collard greens -- these stereotypes of black Southern culture come from the same place that the N-word comes from," he said. "This is not like, 'this food represents this heroic moment in African-American experience. What is represents is the degredation and the stereotyping of African Americans.