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The principal at Canton High School doesn’t know what caused the disconnect that led to students violating the uniform policy on the first day of school Wednesday.
Shirley Sanders said every year students and parents receive an information packet that includes the white frilly a-line cocktail dress dave and johnny 7431 code policy. The packet is given out on registration days.
Some 100 students received in-school suspension for wearing neon-colored shoes, neon shoe strings and other “gang related” colors, Sanders said. Students were allowed to call their parents to bring them proper attire.
“That’s unusually high,” Sanders said of the number of violations. On Thursday, some students did the same thing but the number was “significantly lower.”
Canton High School has a dress code – in place for several years now – requiring students to wear navy shirts, khaki pants or skirts, and black or dark-colored shoes or white tennis shoes.
For the first offense, parents are notified and can bring an acceptable pair of shoes to school, and the student receives an in-school suspension for the day. The second offense brings two days of in-school suspension. The third offense requires a parent conference with the principal, and the fourth offense brings a three-day out-of-school suspension.
“Most of the parents are working with us,” Sanders said. “That’s always what happens. It could be a shirt, belt or whatever, but (Wednesday) it was shoes.”
Charles Smith’s daughter went to school with black and yellow Nike sneakers. When called, he brought her a different pair of shoes.
“It was kind of a simple mistake on her part,” said Smith, who supports the school policy. “If one child gets away with it, the others will follow suit.”
School officials say with the policy they hope to prevent bullying, competition and gang clashes.
In the “Not Allowed” section of the district’s student handbook is this underlined sentence: “Any shoes having the colors that may be tied to gang membership, or can be deemed inappropriate by the principal or his/her designee shall not be worn.”
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