Do you get to wear hats in school? There has been a specific dress code for some time now on if students can wear hats and hoods in school. Students should be able to wear their own personal hats and hoods to school because it lets them express their feelings, the barber may mess up their hair, or it's just a complete outfit for some people.
Hoodies are allowed in some schools but why not this one? HSC students grabbed their fedoras and baseball caps and hopped on bus to the Worthington Hooker school for a formal debate that may enable them to wear those hats more often The school district bans kids from wearing hats and hoodies in school except for medical and religious purpose
Everyone knows the school system likes to make himself look stupid. They do this by implementing a dress code policy. Although everyone has a right to their freedom, they wanna make you feel as close to jail as possible. The dress code stops everyone from fully expressing themselves in the way they want. Instead, they
People all around the world wear hats they are very popular. Hats are not just for keeping sun out of your eyes. There also a very stylish trend at the moment. Several years ago hats were allowed in schools but to this day many schools do not allow them. Students should be able to wear hats in school because they don't harm anyone, several people enjoy wearing them, and there is no real reason why we can't wear hats in school.
When it comes to schools the district does whatever it cam to keep the students safe. By setting rules the students are to follow. Rules such as, dress code, attendance, classroom procedures, and more. All indended for one reason and that is to protect the students.
The road to the historic desegregation of Little Rock Central High school began in the 1930’s when the NAACP tasked future Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall with fighting segregation in schools. By 1950 he had helped to strike down segregation in universities in several states. In 1951, the NAACP aided parents of black children attending public schools in Topeka, Kansas in attempting to overturn the state’s segregation laws. After a three year court battle, the 1954 Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education Topeka culminated in the abolishment of school segregation laws in 21 states. (Seeds 1)
This social issue has been in the spotlight for quite some time now and is the leading cause for students to miss school, become less social, cause self harm and even in some cases death. Bullying and harassment are commonly seen for the most part amongst teenagers who face issues at school, not only does this happen here in the United States, but in schools universally. ¨17% of American students report being bullied 2 to 3 times a month or more within a school semester¨ (Valerie). Although this is mostly seen among teens it can also happen between children and even adults. Bullying can occur everyday throughout Madera High School and no one would be able to acknowledge or stand up for the victim. Vice Principals at MHS have said that more
Little Rock Central High School was one of many segregated schools in America, where only whites were able to attend. In 1957, nine African-American students enrolled for Little Rock Central High, and were expected to integrate the all-white school. Their enrolment was followed by an outburst and the “Little Rock
Conroe High School has many rules. Many are silly and some are actually very important.The one rule I think is silly is being able to get tardies after lunch and it should be changed because some of the Conroe High students eat their lunch in a different room or even
Throughout school there is always a new trend and schools try to stop it from coming into the school, they might accomplish it but only for a limited amount of time until they can’t enforce it anymore due to too many students doing it.
Did you know that students lose valuable social time because of the uniform code? It is the statement on the code that says that students are not allowed to wear socks with logos on them. Then to add on to that, if a teacher sees a student's socks being 'illegal' and they wear those socks for everyday of the week, then they would get lunch detention. The teachers aren't big fans of this either, they want to be with their co-workers instead of sitting in a classroom with a student and staying silent, that is bad for both sides. So students are getting in trouble for socks and it won't be stopping soon unless the students and teachers address the problem, and then it will make the uniform code fair again.
Have you ever seen a student wear a hat in school or a hood in school? Students heads can get cold or they just got a new hat and they want people to see it. I believe that students should have the privilege to wear hats and hoods in school.
We should wear hats Have you ever woke up and just decided that you don't wanna get ready or do your hair for school? Wouldn't it just be easier to throw on a hat and go. The main reason that they don't let us wear hats already in school is because
Have you ever been at school wearing your favorite hat and then some teacher comes around and steals you hat for wearing in it in the halls and you have to get it at the end of school, that's happen to me and it sucks having to show your dirty,
In conclusion, different hairstyles should not be dictated by school officials. We have our rights and amendments to allow us to have these hairstyles. Culture and religion might also decide what you wear and what you do, by telling them no you might be stepping on their culture. Different hairstyles shouldn’t be judged just like a lot of things in the