Texas school implements dress code for parents

"The View" co-hosts weigh in on a high school principal's efforts to create a dress code for parents on school premises.
2:57 | 04/25/19

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Those are more of our view staffers with take your kids to A lot of parents are mad at a Texas school because the new dress code is about what parents aren't allowing to wear to drop their kids off. This mom says you are your child's first teacher. We're preparing your child for the future. We want to know what is appropriate and what is not for any setting. Ha! Before you get your feathers in an uproar, I agree with the teacher. You do? You think parents should -- Joy! I think the parents who show up in rollers and leggings it's humiliating for the children. Leggings? Some should not be in it humiliates the child. It's embarrassing for the kids. Put yourself together. You don't have time. Take the rollers out. If you're a parent, we expect you have done for your child what is appropriate and what is not in certain settings. No adult can tell you what you can or cannot do. Unless she lives with you she has no idea. If you you have five kids, you might not have time to take your hair down. Wait a minute. You can have the conversations with parents. You don't send a letter home. You're saying that we don't trust that you are also teaching your kids. You're saying don't think you know enough to tell your kids what's appropriate. I'm insulted by that. Sometimes it's hard to get out of the house in the morning. If you have more than one child -- I bring my mother into the city. I drop both kids off. You come in looking like this. No, I don't. I don't. I don't know anybody who looks fly when they drop their kids off. I hide in my car sometimes. You don't have to look fly. You had enough time to think about how gorgeous you would look when the rollers came out. Just a few days ago I had on sweat pants and I felt a bulge in my pants. I looked down and it was a roll of toilet paper. I realized just be happy you get the kids to school. Back up. I had toilet paper at the bottom of my sweat pants. I believe it. It happens. It's real. It happens. Luckily I was at home. I was not in public. That makes it better. We'll be right back.

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