Parents of cheerleaders at an Ohio high school are frustrated with administrators for uniforms they say come up short in the classroom...
"The skirts that the cheerleaders wear are very short, and they're very tight and they're slit so they can do the gymnastics that are required of a cheerleader," (Superintendent) Lolli told WLWT.com.
You can agree or disagree about a dress code, but if you're going to have one, I say it should be enforced.
Some people, though, seem to have an entitlement complex. These are the parents that teachers can't stand:
"My daughter is a senior, this is her last year," Daniel told the station. "We paid for uniforms and they should be able to wear them on game day."
Yes, because it's all about you and your daughter.
I have more to say, but this is a family blog.