Posts Tagged ‘dress code’
A West Virginia student was charged with causing a disruption at a middle school when he refused to remove a T-shirt that displayed the National Rifle Association’s logo and hunting rifle.
Trustees amend student code of conduct to bar the flag, which formerly was displayed with the Hays High School Rebel mascot; ‘Dixie’ remains as school fight song.
Canton school board president says rules are rules, though he respects Zachary Aufderheide’s effort to benefit Locks of Love.
Limiting what colors men can wear in East St. Louis is likely an unconstitutional step in trying to combat gang violence.
People wearing pants, shorts or skirts that hang three inches or more below the waist will be fined for indecency.
Three siblings had claimed administrators violated free speech by suspending more than two dozen students for wearing shirts and other items in memory of student who was shot to death.
Copiah County School District’s decision was part of a deal reached with the ACLU, which had sued on behalf of lesbian student left out of the yearbook for wearing a tuxedo.
Federal judge agrees with Morgan Hill district official who called the wearing shirts of U.S. flag shirts on Mexican holiday ‘incendiary.’
Lower courts had sided with Tennessee school district, rejecting student Tom Defoe’s free-speech claim that he had a right to wear the racially divisive symbol to school.
Mount Anthony Union High School in Bennington issues revised rules also prohibiting slippers, bandanas, gang colors.
Under legal agreement, Ariana Iacono will be allowed to wear piercing that’s part of her religious faith and her disciplinary record will be wiped clean.
INDIANAPOLIS — The parents of a former junior high school basketball player have filed a federal lawsuit in Indianapolis that argues a team haircut policy violated their son's right to wear his hair the way he wants.
Patrick and Melissa Hayden said in the lawsuit filed last week in U.S. District Court that their son was [...]
WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — Some teachers may find Corbin Barber's bracelets provocative, but the Granite School District and the American Civil Liberties Union agree he has the right to wear them at Hunter High.
It's OK to say “I (heart) boobies.”
As part of a national breast-cancer awareness campaign aimed at youth, rubber wrist bands emblazoned [...]
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas high school agreed yesterday to lift restrictions on the popular “I (heart) boobies!” breast-cancer charity bracelets and T-shirts after the American Civil Liberties Union complained about a student's suspension.
An attorney for the Geary County School District, Mark Edwards, notified the ACLU that Junction City High School would take no [...]
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — A federal appeals court has upheld a district court's ruling that a school's ban on Confederate flag clothing was a reasonable attempt to prevent disruptions.
Tommy Defoe sued Anderson County school officials after he was sent home and then suspended for insubordination in 2006 for wearing a T-shirt and a belt buckle bearing [...]