Results for - Air Force jacket violates TX school dress code
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1. AUBREY, Texas – A school district in Texas has told the twin 5th grade daughters of a U.S. Air Force Iraq War veteran that they cannot wear their new coats to school because the coats have a large emblem and the words "U.S. Air Force" on the back. School officials say it violates the dress code. The logo covers the entire back of the hoodie, and the school dress code states that "Sweaters, sweatshirts or hoodies that advertise by name, symbol, or slogan any store/designer brand are not acceptable, except those containing ONE emblem measuring no more than 1.5"x1.5,". In a viral Facebook post published last night, their father slammed officials at Aubrey Middle School in Aubrey, Texas and has vowed to fight school officials to change the policy. What do you think?
The United States Air Force is not a "store or designer brand". There should be no problem with the girls showing their patriotism by wearing their USAF hoodies to school.
It's still a logo and rules are rules. The girls should follow the rules and the father should drop the matter.
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2. A school official also stated that the school district has a dress code to follow, just as the Air Force does. Do you think this is a valid point?
3. Do you think that, in general, the US is losing its patriotism?
10/14/2015 Living 1764 44 By: countesssummer