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North Hills Junior High needs a new dress code This dress code we have at North Hills is unfair The kids should be able to wear pajamas they are not a crime so we should have the right to wear them Shorts should be as short as the students want them to be with some exceptions Another thing that should be changed its not being permitted to have holes above our knees The last dress code rule that should be changed is not being allowed to wear tank tops The dress code policy should be changed for these reasonsFirst the students should be allowed to wear pajamas This idea would be good for students because the kids would be able to be comfortable and they could focus on school more When kids wear pajamas they will be more likely to come to school on time Pajamas are comfortable therefor kids will be more excited to learn If we had the freedom to wear pajamas students will be able to sleep longer because they will not have to get up as early to get ready For some students usually girls it takes them awhile to get ready so this will be easier for them The third reason why this will be good is students will have more energy because they could sleep longerNext we should be permitted to wear short shorts with exceptions We should also be allowed to have holes in our pants None of the students follow to rule so why should it be enforced Having holes in our pants and our shorts being short is no harm to the students I get it if you have basically no clothes on but other than that we should have the right to wear them Holes in the jeans are not a big deal All the kids at North Hills wear big holes in their jeans and it is never corrected The school should not have
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