Change the LRSD Dress Code

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We want the LRSD dress code to be changed to the model dress code developed by the Oregon chapter of the National Organization for women. The dress code should not discriminate against any gender, race, or body type, and the dress code should be equally enforced.  

We believe in the core principals of that model dress code:

  • All students should be able to dress comfortably for school without fear of or actual unnecessary discipline or body shaming.
  • All students and staff should understand that they are responsible for managing their own personal “distractions” without regulating individual students’ clothing/self expression.
  • Teachers can focus on teaching without the additional and often uncomfortable burden of dress code enforcement.
  • Students should not face unnecessary barriers to school attendance.
    Reasons for conflict and inconsistent discipline should be minimized whenever possible.

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