Dress Code For Teachers
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Morgan

Hockessin, DE

#1 Mar 7, 2014
Look at that picture of the teachers in Charleston newspaper and you see why we need a dress code. There's a leopard with orangoutang hair
Drug Test

Charleston, WV

#2 Mar 7, 2014
Teachers are overpaid and underworked and all should be drug tested regularly. Starting TODAY! Just think of how many are in the classromm right now high. You would be amazed.
Drug Test

Charleston, WV

#3 Mar 7, 2014
"Classroom"
huh

Charleston, WV

#4 Mar 7, 2014
teachers are underworked. over paid and they should be drug tested and I do support a complete dress code. also no cell phones in school, top to bottom. then get rid of duering

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#5 Mar 7, 2014
Drug Test wrote:
Teachers are overpaid and underworked and all should be drug tested regularly. Starting TODAY! Just think of how many are in the classromm right now high. You would be amazed.
You will never drug test teachers or welfare recipients. Because it doesn't work - they don't do drugs as often as you've been programmed to think, so the costs of the testing greatly surpasses any benefit. It's been tried. It failed. Move on.
huh

Charleston, WV

#6 Mar 7, 2014
don't think so dude. welfare and teacher drug testing is coming. already doing it in a few states
classroom rules

Charleston, WV

#7 Mar 7, 2014
I am shocked daily at how teachers are allowed to dress in the classroom. I've seen everything from sweat pants to yoga pants (on women that should never wear yoga pants) to see through blouses and shorts and flip flops. What type of example is that setting for students?

I normally NEVER agree with anything Becky Jordan supports, but for once, she is correct in asking for a dress code.
run

Hansford, WV

#8 Mar 7, 2014
please put the dress code in before the weather gets warm and all the young women teachers start doing the mating dance and wearing less to captcha a penis.
common sense

Parkersburg, WV

#9 Mar 7, 2014
i just assumed they had a dress code. the claim to be Professionals. my job has a dress code and drug testing. so do most. the kids have dress codes. some lawyers and doctors have dress codes. bus drivers have dress codes. hell the fast food workers has some sort of dress codes. DOH workers have dress codes. the teachers have union leaders that need to justify their existence so they fight whatever battle is placed in front of them. suck it up. dress like you are a teacher and providing an example for children
Remember

Hansford, WV

#10 Mar 8, 2014
I remember when mini skirts were in and you could see up the teachers skirts when they were sitting at their desk or leaning against someone else's desk. There was a lot of wet dreams at my house those days.
chop

Saint Albans, WV

#11 Mar 8, 2014
Another testament to the immaturity of society today--especially women.
obvious

Hansford, WV

#12 Mar 8, 2014
They wouldn't be considering a dress code if hadn't become a problem.
Leona

Dillwyn, VA

#13 Mar 8, 2014
Drug Test wrote:
Teachers are overpaid and underworked and all should be drug tested regularly. Starting TODAY! Just think of how many are in the classromm right now high. You would be amazed.
Why shouldn't they be high? All their students are high.
Leona

Dillwyn, VA

#14 Mar 8, 2014
Who cares what hey wear as long as their cooner is covered.(Maybe with your face) Hahaha!
chalkywhite

Charleston, WV

#15 Mar 8, 2014
Hot teachers are what made me get outta bed at 6am
obvious

Hansford, WV

#16 Mar 8, 2014
Leona wrote:
Who cares what hey wear as long as their cooner is covered.(Maybe with your face) Hahaha!
I'd like to see a hairy runway occasionally. It would make math class go quicker.
slogin

Hansford, WV

#17 Mar 8, 2014
those 22-23 year old girl teachers get a little wet thinking about those young boys looking at them
It is true

Charleston, WV

#18 Mar 10, 2014
Teachers showing up in the class room with a pair of jeans with holes in them a tank top and a joint behind their ear isn't setting a good example for our youth. No wonder kids are falling farther and farther behind in this country. We have a severe problem with our so called educators in this state. They are horrible.
MsKamish

Charleston, WV

#19 Mar 10, 2014
The Peircing thing gets to me...My apologies to some...but that crap all over your face, touched, sweat infested, make-up infused and hanging like a mole that needs yanked off just send me packing, from restaurants, check-out lines and such. It's nasty, and a germ paradise!
DC Dweller

Charleston, WV

#20 Mar 10, 2014
You want to tell a teacher that is engaged with small children day in and day out how they should dress..and I get some restrictions.But you want to continue to sell Meth making materials..and wonder WHY IT ISN"T Slowing? WHERE Exactly are OUR priorities? It certainly doesn't sound like it rests with the needs of the children....

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