The school says if the kids are held to a higher standard, the parents should be as well.
‘It's hard for me to tell a child not to show up for school with hair curlers, pajamas or short shorts if they see parents wearing them,” Rosalind Osgood said.
Osgood told the school board in Lauderdale Lakes, Florida she’s often disgusted when “we have dads showing up in sagging pants.”
CBS Tampa Bay reports she went on to tell the board, “parents need to lead by example.”
The Boyd Anderson High website features a dress code. It reads “proper dress code, being in class on time ready to learn, respect for oneself and others are nonnegotiable expectations.”
Despite her anger, Osgood admits enforcing any rule would be nearly impossible. However, she hopes to at least have the topic discussed during a parent's night at the school.
There is also a possibility of a town-hall meeting on the subject complete with “a fashion show,” teaching parents what’s acceptable and what isn’t.
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