CVCHS Dress Code
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We feel that the administration of CVCHS, as a public school, does not have the right to dictate so explicitly what students can and cannot wear. Students and teachers were not consulted on the new dress code. If students don't follow the dress code, they could be suspended or forced to attend Saturday school. The administration needs to focus on the school's intrapersonal issues rather than creating a dress code. The school's image is not going to be improved by attempting to enforce a new, stricter dress code. Clothing is a huge part of how people, especially high schoolers, express themselves and their personality. While it is obviously not acceptable to wear some things to school, such as clothing with drug/alcohol references on it, we believe that the dress code is too strict for a public/charter high school. Students feel that they had no control over the decision of the dress code and were not asked for their opinion or input. Clayton Valley Charter High faces much more pressing problems than the way our students present themselves at school.
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