Students’ Dress Code Special Session is Tuesday Night

The Kenosha Unified School Board will again address the issue of students’ dress code. The board will hold a work session tomorrow night at the ESC, which is open to the public. The session comes as officials are faced with finding the best way to balance concerns about proper attire for girls and those same girls’ rights to dress comfortably. Board members felt that the session is the best way to hear from the public as well as explore a number of possible solutions to the problem. Critics of the code say it is unfair to girls, disallowing them from wearing tightly fitting bottoms such as leggings without them being covered by a dress or skirt. Others say that the code is meant to maintain The proper modesty and minimize distractions. The session is set to get underway at 5:30 PM.



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