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Doyle clarifies dress code confusion

Paola Cordero, Reporter

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When students returned from fall break, they were greeted with an announcement about ripped jeans and blankets.

Principal Lori Doyle, our school principal made the dress code chaos clear.

It was asked what type of distractions do both blankets and dress code, “We believe that students should dress for school in appropriate manner because appropriate dress tends to promote an atmosphere of school behavior,” Doyle said. The dress code is on page 50 and 51 on the student agenda.”We’re trying to also have a safety concern for females and males too when you’re exposing too much skin,” Doyle said.

The blanket rule was because it’s in the dress code: “examples include sleepwear, pijamas, lounging, slippers house slippers indicate the wear intense behave in leizury activities,” she also said school is associated and try helping in skills as we go into the work place environment.

Jeans are okay but there’s an exception. Ripped jeans have created an issue. Students may wear ripped jeans but must wear spanks or leggings to cover it if the rips are too high on the jeans. Jeans that have rips under the short line are no problem.”We’re just trying to be protective of our students,” she said.

If a group of students want to talk and give ideas for dress code they are more than welcome to talk to her.

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Paola Cordero, Reporter

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