Published in print and online at The Auburn Journal August 9, 2009
For many young people today, when it comes to clothes, less fabric is more fashionable.
Teachers and administrators have been battling rising hemlines and sagging pants for the past several years, and the resulting ever-changing dress codes have left students and their parents wondering, what is appropriate to wear to school?
Locally, dress codes haven’t been too much of a problem, for students or the administration.
According to David Horsey, Placer Union High School District superintendent, students at area high schools have generally adhered to dress codes, which has allowed for somewhat lenient rules.
“Dress codes really have not been a hard issue for us,” Horsey said. “Our students are pretty respectful of the dress codes…”
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