High School Students Offended by Dress Code Letter

A letter released by the school district in Biglerville, Pa., mentions "sausage rolls" when advising students about appropriate attire.
0:54 | 05/28/15

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Sometimes it's just tidy assay at a letter reminding students to dress appropriately on graduation day is being called tacky. Students and did the real high school in Pennsylvania got the dress code rules after graduation practice Tuesday night and many of them were stunned. Our affiliate WH TM reporting that it mentions things like keeping the quote sausage rolls and the girls covered. Kind of reminder quote he can't put ten pounds of mud into a five pound bag. Right about now what you're saying O and G they are TO. We used as a safe and comfortable here. And talent like that come from the administration is really appalling you can't talk to women like that and I workplace it's just to Italy wrong it's chilly degrading some are calling the letter sexist and there's even talk of a lawsuit. The school has apologized for the quote unfortunate choice of words. At that the letter was written years ago by a teacher who no longer works there.

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