End Dress Code Policy At Public Schools 2018, St Lucie County Florida
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Most Students in St. Lucie County , Florida and South Florida feel very discouraged that they can't wear a dress, a new shirt, the coolest jeans. Some may argue, that dress code makes things organized , stops bullying and stopping students from wearing inappropriate clothing , but actually the dress code policy actually creates more bulling because any student can make fun of the jacket , shoes, the way someone appears or find a way to bully someone AND THEY CAN'T STOP WEARING THE CLOTHES THEY ARE FORCED TO WEAR. It also does not stop people from wearing inappropriate clothing. What most students want is freedom from being told to wear something when most other counties or areas throughout the USA don't have to wear uniforms or a polo shirt tucked in khaki pants or jeans. It is not fair! Wearing your own clothing will make students express their emotions and motivate others with inspirational texts on their shirts. What I recommend St. Lucie County and other counties to do is recreate a dress code rule. The School Boards could make a policy where students can wear certain shirts without offensive content, inappropriate cuts in the shirt , or they will get suspended and if the suspensions don't work and that student continues. The person should be expelled for wearing something that violated the policy more than 3 times. Why ruin it for everyone , why buy clothes for school and grow out of clothes you don't wear. I hope in 2018 the policy changes because that could stop the complaining of students and the misbehaving of students. There should also be a bullying policy where if that person bullies someone about their clothes they get detentions or suspensions or even expelled. WE CAN PETITION AND YES WE CAN! (Sorry for any grammar or spelling errors)
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