Should students be able to bring their blankets to school with them? Why or why not? If we allow students to bring their blankets to school with them then there’s going to be less kids stressed out about their work because they’ll be content and soothed. There’s going to be less students who will be late to school in the mornings because they won’t be freaking out on what they should wear to match the different temperatures throughout the school. There is the possibly if we allow students to bring blankets to school that it will get other kids around them get off topic or get themself off topic because they’ll be more focused on what’s going on
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
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.
Have you ever wanted to wear a hat at school and not pay a dollar? It’s really annoying that you have to pay 1$ to wear a hat on occasional days. Yes they can be a distraction but can’t headbands be a distraction? Also can’t clothing and glasses be a distraction? It would be great if schools could trust us about us not stealing, or wearing other people's hats. And if people did, they would get in trouble and not be able to wear a hat.
It’s winter time, Christmas lights shine in the evening and snow covers the ground. Christmas is here. The door swings open, the tree is in the living room, with presents crowding the ground. Your present sits there, waiting for you to open it. As everyone opens their present, you carefully undo the wrapping to reveal a box. You open the box to a wonderful velvet dress, with red lace and holes in the shoulders. It is so beautiful and you can’t wait to wear it to school after break, but then you realise you can’t, because of the dress code. Dress code is a thing many schools have and enforce. It is a rule book of appropriate clothing choices for a certain environment. Dress code is talked about in many ways and by many different people. Often opinions are mixed, and most of the time both sides have relatable arguments, but I do not agree with dress code. Dress code should not be enforced because you are taking away students individuality.
Yes we have a dress code, you have to follow it. One thing I would like to change about the dress code is the policy on hoodies. Hoodies should be allowed because they are comfortable, they help students stay warm in cold classrooms, and they are sewed into mady modern shirts.
Close your eyes and picture it being the middle of August. Try to imagine yourself wearing your favorite outfit...maybe a pair of shorts and a tank top or for the ladies maybe it's your favorite sundress. One thing for sure, it’s not your favorite joggers and hoodie...unless you are a student at Francis Howell High School. Here, at FHHS, teachers are allowed to control the room temperatures within 70-75 degrees (unless you are in Mr. Henley’s room then you get 68-75 degrees). Some may not think that is so bad, but when it is hot outside the last thing you want to do is walk until a room where it is too hot, and just the opposite when you walk into a room where it is too cold. Teachers are always telling students to wear more clothes or layer up, but the one thing students are not allowed to cover their head. Students learn better when they are comfortable, which means comfortable with the temperature setting in the classroom too. If that means being allowed to wear headgear then the students at FHHS should be allowed
Is it true that school uniforms improve behavior, grades, and help keep students safe? In 1969 U.S. Supreme Court case Tinker vs. Des Moines Independent Community School District, the Court stated that the First Amendment applies to students, but school staff has the ability to stop students from disrupting children’s education or going against the dress code. They are an appropriate way to control unacceptable behavior. Uniforms in schools enhance student’s school
Uniforms have been around for centuries, from back in the day when women had to wear dresses or skirts and men had to wear pants. To now where students and employees have to wear certain pieces of clothing. People dress to express themselves, schools tell their students to be who they are and to be proud; however, when the student tries to do so they are sent home or held in the office which not only takes away their rights to express themselves, but takes them out of class. According to Friedrichs, “A shocking number of students are actually sent home or suspended for breaking dress code, which means even more time out of class.” A school's job is to prepare children for their futures, that can be quite hard when the student is not there to learn. Dress codes can be overwhelming to maintain. A student's wardrobe isn’t going to be full of polos and khakis because they most likely do not wear polos and khakis outside of school. Dress code should not be as strict, hoodies should be allowed, tank tops should be
Most schools have dress codes in place within reason: no crop tops, no short shorts, and no provocative clothing. Sometimes, the school's expectations of clothing cross the line. Some schools say that girls who wear leggings without a long shirt or a shirt that "doesn't fit them right" should have to change. Not every person
Wouldn’t you appreciate that your children always know what to wear for school? School uniform is what makes it easy! A set of clothing that is mainly worn, school uniform is one of the school's policy and recommendation. Generally worn in elementary and middle school, this outfit is composed of specific colors of long or short pants and shirts for boys, sometimes with a tie. Girls usually wear a dress or a blouse worn either with a skirt or pants, all however have the same colors. This dress code determines even the type of shoes that should be worn at school. School uniform may vary from school to school, but it remains the basis dress code for the education system. The adoption of school extensive uniform mandatory has been encouraged
Should school uniforms be required in public schools? There are many reasons to get school uniforms. It is proven through statistics that school uniforms may decrease the amount of crime but also increase student safety. With uniforms fighting in schools dropped by 51%, sexual offenses depleted by 74% and drug possession went down by 69% (M. Sue Stanley). Student uniforms are all the same, which helps the students and teacher conserve precious class time by not having to re-enforce the standard dress code. Having the same clothes as everyone else can be upsetting but, TeenVogue stated “there are tons of ways to amp up your standard issue getup” (Teen Vogue).
With gang activity, strict dress codes, and bullying becoming more relevant, the idea of school uniforms crosses the mind of many school districts across the country. Even though it may stop students from expressing themselves it would make it easier for staff members to enforce these strict dress codes, reduce the amount of bullying, and overall make schools easier. Which is why schools should have uniforms.