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News - May 17, 2013

High school cover-up: debate over students dress code

Parents not amused as MVLA district trustee pokes fun at calls for stricter guidelines

by Nick Veronin

Tempers were tested at a recent meeting of the local high school district's board of trustees, as one of the governing body's elder statesmen gave a passionate, playful and at times sardonic speech, suggesting calls for stricter enforcement of dress code policy was contributing to "rape culture."

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Posted by Dani, a resident of North Whisman
on May 17, 2013 at 2:56 am

When my son was at Los Altos High in 2006, the dress code was very simple:

1. No underwear may be visible.
2. Students must wear underwear.


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