Students protest "dress code blitz" at Orleans high school
Orléans high school students protest dress code enforcement blitz
Students say situation 'infuriating,' principal apologizes if students felt 'targeted'
Students protest after dress code enforcement blitz at Ottawa Catholic high school
UPDATE | The school board apologized Saturday to students and parents, saying the way the enforcement blitz was carried out was "not acceptable."
Disgruntled students at an Ottawa French Catholic high school in Orléans took to the street Friday to protest a dress code enforcement blitz the previous day, in which mainly girls were called out into the hallway to see if their clothing conformed to the rules.
Several students at École secondaire catholique Béatrice-Desloges told CBC they saw staff asking other students to bend over in order to measure the length of their shorts and dresses — something …
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