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Old 03-01-2021, 06:24 PM   #1
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The HS my son goes to makes the boys pull down their masks on the way into school everyday so they can make sure the boys don't need to shave.

Its ok though cause the girls are having to pull down theirs also so they can be checked for nose/lip rings

I feel sorry for the future.

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Old 03-01-2021, 06:29 PM   #2
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Old 03-01-2021, 06:30 PM   #3
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That's because the parents aren't teaching proper grooming skills at home. Some of todays kids dress and look like they belong in a circus.
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Old 03-01-2021, 06:37 PM   #4
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Be glad they have a dress code
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Old 03-01-2021, 06:41 PM   #5
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Class of 73 here and girls were always being sent home because their skirts were too short. Dadgum school rules!!
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Old 03-01-2021, 06:45 PM   #6
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Oprah is going to interview Harry and Megan Markel. Like anyone will GAF!

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Old 03-01-2021, 06:46 PM   #7
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Rules are the rules.
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Old 03-01-2021, 06:54 PM   #8
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How about an employer waiting a full year to implement a need to check and document everybody's temp order before they can work within the facility
.....issued today, 01 Mar 21.......

Covid 19 (as in covid strain that was identified in 2019) ,
Check everybody's temp starting March 1st 2021. Got it.....

Not sure how that facility made it through 2020 without this lifesaving measure.
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Old 03-01-2021, 06:54 PM   #9
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Class of 73 here and girls were always being sent home because their skirts were too short. Dadgum school rules!!
Same for me 1st-12th
Sent home for not shaving, not bathing, didn't wear panty hose, clothes didn't match dress code, and much more.
Class of 98'.
Never hurt me any, but I sure didn't like it.
Looking back 20+ yrs later, I'm very thankful for it.
To add, this isn't really the school's rules.
It was mandated upon them.
Not the same.

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Old 03-01-2021, 06:55 PM   #10
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That's because the parents aren't teaching proper grooming skills at home. Some of todays kids dress and look like they belong in a circus.
And none of it is as circus-quality as the silly, useless masks.

Keeping with the Circus metaphor: the masks are physical/visible proof that the wearers are trained seals.
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Old 03-01-2021, 06:56 PM   #11
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Here's my take after serving 7 years on the local school board, two as President:
1. Dress code enforcement takes up too much time and energy.
2. A boy with a beard can learn too.
3. If a parent allows a nose ring, it's not the school's place to disallow.
4. Nose rings, tattoos, flip flops, long hair, beards, etc. don't actually "distract" other students.
5. Making rules simply for the sake of having rules is idiotic.

I'll never forget the time that a young man, a graduating senior, came before the board and gave a very compelling argument for allowing facial hair. Of the 5 male board members, all 5 of us had a beard or mustache. We were all graduates of the same school this kid went to. The next year that dumb rule was gone. I hate rules that don't have a real purpose.
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Old 03-01-2021, 06:56 PM   #12
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Old 03-01-2021, 07:00 PM   #13
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Here's my take after serving 7 years on the local school board, two as President:
1. Dress code enforcement takes up too much time and energy.
2. A boy with a beard can learn too.
3. If a parent allows a nose ring, it's not the school's place to disallow.
4. Nose rings, tattoos, flip flops, long hair, beards, etc. don't actually "distract" other students.
5. Making rules simply for the sake of having rules is idiotic.

I'll never forget the time that a young man, a graduating senior, came before the board and gave a very compelling argument for allowing facial hair. Of the 5 male board members, all 5 of us had a beard or mustache. We were all graduates of the same school this kid went to. The next year that dumb rule was gone. I hate rules that don't have a real purpose.
IMO it's just a way of teaching discipline to the youth.
Sure there's nothing wrong with it, but I'm not sure that's the point.
Same reason the Military does it imo.
Teach it in the beginning, once they are grown, do whatever you want.
My take anyway.
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Old 03-01-2021, 07:05 PM   #14
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1989 senior year, my High School didn’t allow shorts...so I wore a skirt to school. They made me change after the second period. The next year, 20 seniors got together and wore a skirt. The following year, they started allowing shorts.
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Old 03-01-2021, 07:08 PM   #15
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IMO it's just a way of teaching discipline to the youth.
Sure there's nothing wrong with it, but I'm not sure that's the point.
Same reason the Military does it imo.
Teach it in the beginning, once they are grown, do whatever you want.
My take anyway.
I certainly get that aspect of it. I just hate stupid rules. They should have a purpose.
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Old 03-01-2021, 07:11 PM   #16
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Kids need to have rules and must be taught to abide by them. They will have rules with employers for the rest of their life. JMO!
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Old 03-01-2021, 07:14 PM   #17
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It stupid of course.
How about no mask and then there is no reason to to pull it down

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Old 03-01-2021, 07:20 PM   #18
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Kids need to have rules and must be taught to abide by them. They will have rules with employers for the rest of their life. JMO!
I agree 100%...as long as they're logical.
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Old 03-01-2021, 07:22 PM   #19
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Good. Rules. No one is use to those anymore.
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Old 03-01-2021, 07:27 PM   #20
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I agree 100%...as long as they're logical.
Rules/laws aren't always logical, but they're there. My school has dress code and ID rules. No one follows them. Sets a bad precedent for life.
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Old 03-01-2021, 07:34 PM   #21
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Rules/laws aren't always logical, but they're there. My school has dress code and ID rules. No one follows them. Sets a bad precedent for life.
They SHOULD always be logical. If your school's dress code is not logical then it should be challenged. Can a kid not learn in shorts? Do flip flops somehow keep Algebra from getting through? A sixteen year old with a beard can't sit in a classroom with a teacher that can have a beard? Dumb rules should always be tested.

I see the logic of IDs. Let's you know who everyone is and anyone without one doesn't belong on campus.
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Old 03-01-2021, 07:43 PM   #22
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IMO it's just a way of teaching discipline to the youth.
Sure there's nothing wrong with it, but I'm not sure that's the point.
Same reason the Military does it imo.
Teach it in the beginning, once they are grown, do whatever you want.
My take anyway.
The “clean shaven” in the military actually started with mustard gas and masks in WWI. Same deal for firefighters. Prior to that beards were considered dignified.

https://www.wearethemighty.com/might...ed-mens-style/

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Old 03-01-2021, 07:50 PM   #23
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I don’t think the op is upset about the dress code rules as much as he is making the point that removing a mast ( supposed to be used to prevent a virus) to see if the rules are being followed. But I could be wrong
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Old 03-01-2021, 07:58 PM   #24
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They SHOULD always be logical. If your school's dress code is not logical then it should be challenged. Can a kid not learn in shorts? Do flip flops somehow keep Algebra from getting through? A sixteen year old with a beard can't sit in a classroom with a teacher that can have a beard? Dumb rules should always be tested.

I see the logic of IDs. Let's you know who everyone is and anyone without one doesn't belong on campus.

Beard? Hell, I just wanted to wear a ball cap so I didn’t have to comb my hair. My “purchased from the school” Keller Indian baseball cap....I fought it weekly for years with very little progress....idiots.


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Old 03-01-2021, 08:00 PM   #25
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Same for me 1st-12th
Sent home for not shaving, not bathing, didn't wear panty hose, clothes didn't match dress code, and much more.
Class of 98'.
Never hurt me any, but I sure didn't like it.
Looking back 20+ yrs later, I'm very thankful for it.
To add, this isn't really the school's rules.
It was mandated upon them.
Not the same.
Did you just say you were sent home for NOT wearing panty hose?
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Old 03-01-2021, 08:04 PM   #26
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My senior year I would wear sandals to school almost every day, well I was told I could no longer wear them under the dress code. Men couldn’t wear sandals but women could as per code, I was told because my toes could be broken if they were hit by a classroom door. I argued it and they never gave me another reason. I guess woman’s toes are stronger than men’s... I still wore them the rest of the year.
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Old 03-01-2021, 08:04 PM   #27
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I certainly get that aspect of it. I just hate stupid rules. They should have a purpose.
I agree with this. "Because I said so" is the best way to get a reaction from me.

I don't even use it at my house with the kids. If because I said so is the best reason I have for them to do/not do something I'm training them be followers. I'm raising leaders.

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Old 03-01-2021, 08:06 PM   #28
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1989 senior year, my High School didn’t allow shorts...so I wore a skirt to school. They made me change after the second period. The next year, 20 seniors got together and wore a skirt. The following year, they started allowing shorts.
So this is where it started. LOL
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I don't have kids but I think kids should have the freedom to be individuals. When they get out into the real world they're going to need to learn good work ethic which needs to start at school. Meaning show up on time,every day and do what you gotta do to get through the day. That's what they'll be doing for the rest of their lives.

In todays world people are usually glad to hire someone who wants to work. They ain't worried about facial hair.
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Old 03-01-2021, 08:41 PM   #30
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I’m glad they didn’t make us shave our faces in school. Facial hair came in handy for hiding the Copenhagen. We would have loved a mask
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Same for me 1st-12th
Sent home for not shaving, not bathing, didn't wear panty hose, clothes didn't match dress code, and much more.
Class of 98'.
Never hurt me any, but I sure didn't like it.
Looking back 20+ yrs later, I'm very thankful for it.
To add, this isn't really the school's rules.
It was mandated upon them.
Not the same.

That school was ahead of its time being “woke” way back then. Sent the guys home for no panty hose too?


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I don't have kids but I think kids should have the freedom to be individuals. When they get out into the real world they're going to need to learn good work ethic which needs to start at school. Meaning show up on time,every day and do what you gotta do to get through the day. That's what they'll be doing for the rest of their lives.

In todays world people are usually glad to hire someone who wants to work. They ain't worried about facial hair.
Freedom to be individuals to a point. What is too often being lost on kids, you need to follow the rules and you're not going to like like a lot of them. School is one of the first lessons in learning when to pick your battles. They can learn it in school and save themselves a lot of problems in the future or wait until they have been fired a few times for fighting nonsense rules.
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Our school didn't enforce any of the dress code for girls. As guys we were perfectly fine with that. I always caught flack for my surf shirts that often had scantily clad women on them. Particularly from one super feminist teacher. Her and I going at it was the only time I was ever borderline disrespectful to a teacher.
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How about an employer waiting a full year to implement a need to check and document everybody's temp order before they can work within the facility
.....issued today, 01 Mar 21.......

Covid 19 (as in covid strain that was identified in 2019) ,
Check everybody's temp starting March 1st 2021. Got it.....

Not sure how that facility made it through 2020 without this lifesaving measure.

Now that is some dumb ****! They really know how to make a decision


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Back to the OP challenge... my son (15 in tennis) has been quarantined twice because he was exposed to someone who had the China virus. No symptoms, but had to do "online learning". His teachers didn't do their part with issuing his homework, or inserting his grades for the work he did. (This is not his take on the issues, his teachers admitted it to the school). He failed for the quarter according to the grade books, and was not allowed to participate in tennis. He had the teachers clear his grades, but still wasn't allowed to participate, because he didn't make sure the teachers did their jobs and entered his grades correctly. My wife is a school teacher and couldn't even believe that crap!
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Boerne independent school district K-12 , dress code no facial hair and hair can’t touch the collar or need a shave , a coach or teacher would measure our hair and if they felt it needed a trim you got sent to see the vice principal who would issue a written order for it to make regulations
Next day before school we had to report to the cafeteria for a inspection, if you didn’t pass it
We would be escorted in a line to receive 2-3 licks with a paddle/ board then if you were in a extracurricular activity after practice or ag or shop the coach or director would line up all offenders and you got 2-3 more pops , this was repeated every day till regulation was met ! I don’t think that would fly these days and in after thought seems barbaric and unreasonable for a public school and I have no clue why our parents let them be so extreme ( some parents rented apartments in other districts so their children wouldn’t have to attend BISD and comply to their rules)

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I got a call once from my kids school. It seems her dress was too short. I went to the school with the intent of delivering a spanking right on the spot. However, when I got there my daughter explained that the rule was your skirt must be longer than your fingertips with your arms extended by your side. Hers was by a good inch. The counselor explained to me that Katelyn’s legs were just longer than most. I told her Kate’s leg length were none of her business, her dress was within code and Paige went back to class. Dumb people with too much authority can be dangerous.


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The “clean shaven” in the military actually started with mustard gas and masks in WWI. Same deal for firefighters. Prior to that beards were considered dignified.

https://www.wearethemighty.com/might...ed-mens-style/
This is what I was thinking as well, Seals are allowed to have beards, be a Seal!
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Old 03-01-2021, 10:39 PM   #39
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I don’t think the op is upset about the dress code rules as much as he is making the point that removing a mast ( supposed to be used to prevent a virus) to see if the rules are being followed. But I could be wrong

This is it exactly. Break a rule to check a rule. Its silly.
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Old 03-01-2021, 11:02 PM   #40
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even senseless rules can serve a purpose. kids need to learn to stand up for what they believe. And without those rules to go against, they would not learn that lesson.

rules made by man are not absolute.
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best lesson in life for a young person..."the boss is not always right but the boss is always the boss"
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Old 03-01-2021, 11:25 PM   #42
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best lesson in life for a young person..."the boss is not always right but the boss is always the boss"

The problem with that analogy, is that students don’t have the opportunity to go work for a better boss who’s not a dumb ***. And far to many administrators are dumb asses.


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Old 03-02-2021, 07:02 AM   #43
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IMHO When you have no rules or you are lax in enforcing rules this can happen.

Your neighbors son wakes up feeling his feminine side so after gym class in school he decides to take a shower with your daughter.

Or schools now have "gender neutral" bathrooms. What that heck is up with that.

Yup I am glad my parents bit the bullet and sent all of us to a Catholic school where rules were rules and they were obeyed or else.

I also believe EVERY student after graduation should go into the Marines for 2 years. They will be taught what they didn't learn in high school or at home . DISCIPLINE
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Old 03-02-2021, 07:32 AM   #44
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Why are a dress code and enforcement a bad thing?
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Old 03-02-2021, 07:35 AM   #45
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Oprah is going to interview Harry and Megan Markel. Like anyone will GAF!

Disclaimer. I only know this because I heard it on the radio before I could change the station.
Who the h3ll is that?
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Old 03-02-2021, 07:37 AM   #46
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We had uniforms and a dress code. Gotta keep the child prisoners' morale low otherwise they start to think for themselves. But hey if y'all are reallllly good, we'll have "choice dress day" you just gotta pay $5 and you can wear jeans but no t-shirts! Kids should follow rules but at some point it's just asinine. Seemed like only the good kids got hassled because the admins were afraid the thugs would tell them what for.
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Old 03-02-2021, 07:43 AM   #47
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So do you think your daughter can go to school in her swimsuit OR do you think some rules should apply? And if so what rules?

Libs just don't get it sometimes.

EVERY system has to have organization and if they don't it crumbles. I say homeschool your kids then they can dress anyway they want.

Another point: If you know the rules and regulations of a school BEFORE your kids attend then you have NO complaint.
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Old 03-02-2021, 08:15 AM   #48
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Who the h3ll is that?


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Old 03-02-2021, 08:26 AM   #49
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I don't have kids but I think kids should have the freedom to be individuals. When they get out into the real world they're going to need to learn good work ethic which needs to start at school. Meaning show up on time,every day and do what you gotta do to get through the day. That's what they'll be doing for the rest of their lives.

In todays world people are usually glad to hire someone who wants to work. They ain't worried about facial hair.

Yep.....You don’t have kids.
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Old 03-02-2021, 08:26 AM   #50
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Will they eventually make them pull their pants down to make sure a SHE isn't really a HE? It's next the way things are going.
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