Ottawa school dress code: Board calls blitz unacceptable | CTV News
French school board apologizes for dress code enforcement blitz
Hundreds of students at Orléans high school protested Friday
Ottawa's French Catholic school board is apologizing to students at an Orléans high school and their families after hundreds of students protested a dress code enforcement blitz.
Disgruntled students at École secondaire catholique Béatrice-Desloges took to the street Friday to protest the previous day's enforcement blitz, in which mainly girls were called out into the hallway to see if their clothing conformed to the rules.
On Saturday, a letter from the school board's director of education, Marc Bertrand, said all students must be treated with dignity and respect and the way staff enforced the dress code was "not acceptable."
"The administration of the Conseil des écoles catholiques du Centre-Est is sincerely sorry …
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