Dress code OK'd for Caldwell High School

Dress code OK'd for Caldwell High School

by
Mitch Coffman
May 15, 2012
Mitch Coffman
May 15, 2012

On Monday, the Caldwell school board voted in favor of including the high school in its new dress code, according to the Idaho Press-Tribune.

The dress code already is in affect for the middle schools and elementary schools. It requires students to wear collared shirts of a solid color and darker colored bottoms. The district's interim superintendent was in favor of the code, claiming it has reduced problems in the lower grades.

Students are not allowed to wear navy blue or red shirts, as they often carry gang notoriety. Girls are also not allowed to wear dresses, and jeans with holes or decorative stitching are also a no-no.

 

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