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Local superintendent’s controversial way of addressing dress code sends students home humiliated

A group of Noble High School girls were left crying and humiliated after they claim they were called out in front of the entire school for what they were wearing.

Parents and students are both furious at the way inappropriate outfits were addressed on the first day of school.

Superintendent Ronda Bass says, “As I was greeting the children coming in I knew we had a major, major problem on our hands.”

Read more: http://kfor.com/2014/08/22/local-superintendents-controversial-way-of-addressing-dress-code-sends-students-home-humiliated/

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