Considering the previous state grooming policy was 27, there’s a new “sheriff” in town for students related to dress codes. “It’s time to upgrade.”
This is from Education Minister Kaay McConney in a recorded message released last night.
“We will begin this new school year with a policy that refers to nursery school, elementary and middle school dress codes, which are within the Department of Education’s update.”
Noting that shoes and hair were the top areas of public inquiry, she highlighted those two areas in her 2023 National Grooming Policy.
“On the issue of shoes, shoes must be comfortable, neat, clean and, as stipulated by school uniform guidelines, be of a single color. Sneakers in line with this standard. is allowed, this is a change in our school’s grooming policy that I would like to emphasize.
“We have listened to the concerns raised by many families who need to purchase different types of shoes for multiple children in the household, and in an effort to ease the burden, the Ministry is We have made the decision to allow shoes to be worn by ”, which means they are multi-functional.
“That is, if your child’s school shoes are normally black, they will be allowed to wear black sneakers with both their formal school uniforms and their game clothes.
McConney didn’t talk about it, but the full document on the ministry’s website says, “Hair extensions are allowed, but they must not be elaborate and should be well groomed.” says.
But in his verbal report, McConney focused on three things: neatness, neatness, and simplicity.
When it comes to hair, she said, “Neat, neat and simple hairstyles are allowed. This includes natural hairstyles. For example, locks, braids, cornrows, pho, etc. It’s allowed as long as it’s neat, tidy, and non-intrusive—in short, it should emphasize simplicity, neatness, and neatness.
“Hair colors other than the natural color of the child’s hair are not permitted. Therefore, hold cropovers and other artistic ideas for students who like purples, blues, and other hot colors.” Special occasions outside of school.”
She also said that girls still wear one earring per ear lobe, and in response to questions from the public about boys and earrings at school, she said boys can’t wear earrings “at this time.” said.