One high school in Florida has made headlines this week for its controversial idea of setting a dress code for parents dropping off and picking up their children at school.
According to CBS Tampa, “Broward County School Board member Dr. Rosalind Osgood brought up the idea during a meeting after noticing parents dropping their kids off at Boyd Anderson High School while wearing saggy pants that exposes their underwear and curlers in their hair.”
The high school does enforce a dress code for its students, but enforcing one for parents is highly unlikely, though Osgood does want to address the issue at a school board meeting.
We threw the question to our listeners this morning – do you think parents should live up to a certain dress code while transporting their kids to school? Vote below!