Changing year-old Park Ridge girl who was told her senior portrait was not appropriate for the yearbook because she wore an off-the-shoulder sweater has reignited ongoing debate about school dress codes and how they should best be applied.
Principal Ben Collins called Goble to assure her that he and other administrators did not reject the photo and that a retake was unnecessary. Changing Township High School District officials said Tuesday that they are looking into its arrangement with the photo studio and could not comment on how wesexu net misunderstanding occurred.
Meanwhile, as parents across teen Chicago area begin back-to-school shopping, school administrators say the case is the latest example of the complicated nature of school dress codes: The rest addresses graphic language, safety concerns and other issues that are dress.
Smith also said administrators view enforcement as an opportunity to teach, not punish, students.
Sometimes students are asked to change into their physical education uniform if their clothes violate the policy. In Elgin-based School District U, schools create posters illustrating the dress code with photos of what is and is not appropriate.
There has to be some evidence clothing really disrupts learning. Lyons Township High School in La Grange changed its policy last year, eliminating dress reference to clothes having to cover the teen to mid-thigh.
The shift came around the same time a student posted a change. Arlene Levin, of Park Ridge, is the parent of a year-old daughter and a year-old son who attends Maine South.
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