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Lesson Plans

NOT art related......

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Sat, 31 Aug 1996 23:06:41 -0700 (PDT)

As advertised, this is not art related. However, one of you may be able to
help me find the info I am searching for. Our newly-elected superintendent
takes office on 9/1. He has already begun wreaking havoc on all of us in
various ways. I, like most of you, am an art teacher. As all of you know,
an art room can be (& usually is!:-)) a messy place. That's fine by me. I
compensate on really messy days by wearing jeans. Our new supt. is going to
implement a "faculty/staff dress code". That means I, as a female
instructor, am limited to dresses, skirt & blouse, and pant suits (yep, boys
& girls, pant suits). Jeans can only be worn in the building when students
are not present & those jeans must be "baggy & loose" (does that mean I
should wear them so my undies show..ha ha). Anyway, several of my fellow
teachers THINK there was a recent court case regarding teacher dress codes &
the teachers won (hooray!). We are all searching for this info. If any of
you have access to this information, I would greatly appreciate you sending
it to me. This is awfully big talk from a man that makes $71,000 dollars a
year. If I made that kind of $$$ I could afford to ruin my "good" clothes.

Laura Walker