Monday, December 10, 2007

No Sagging In Atlanta Schools

I get tired of seeing my students' underwear. It's nasty.

Don't want to see mine? Don't show me yours.

In Atlanta, you couldn't show me yours even if you wanted to see mine. Saggin' is now against district policy.


Ellen K said...

I have some students who routinely sag, but wear "tall tees" to cover it up. They go running down the hall, holding up their pants as they run to class. And rather than the "pimp walk" they think they are doing, it reminds me of how babies with poopy diapers walk. I threatened some kids to bring rope to school and make them tie up their pants a la Jethro Bodine in the Beverley Hillbillies.

allenm said...

Ah, the wonders of cable.

A kid whose only knowledge of Lincoln is of a line of cars is familiar with a character from a series that came to end not only before they were born but before their parents were born as well.

I wonder if there's a message in this about how education ought to be done.