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Cheerleaders Forced To Cover Up In Class

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- 2866 days ago -
Lake County School District Says Uniforms Don't Meet Dress Code TAVARES, Fla. -- A Central Florida school district thinks cheerleading uniforms are too revealing for the classroom. The Lake County School District said it wants all students to follow


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Kriti S (26)
Saturday September 17, 2011, 12:06 am
So according to the Florida School the cheerleaders' dresses are too revealing for the class. Does the entire cheer leading team show too revealing or some of them show too revealing? Does this mean that their soccer teams and basket ball, volleyball teams dresses are also revealing? The school policy should make the Taliban very happy.

. (0)
Saturday September 17, 2011, 10:42 am
So too revealing for class but not too revealing to wear at a game where hundres of people go and see them jumping up and down-shame on any level of sporting team who even needs chearleaders dressed in pint sized skirts-what are the fans for if not for cheering on the teams?Do they even need cheerleaders or do they have cheerleaders so they can real in more $ from all the perves as well who will have to pay and who actually come to see the cheerleaders instead of the game?

Anne F (17)
Saturday September 17, 2011, 4:12 pm
The rules of clothes in the halls and classrooms should be enforced. No, being one of the handful of young women selected as cheerleaders does not mean being allowed to break the rules.
Yes, we have different rules for gyms than hallways. (One article mentioned that if the skirts were down to mid-thigh, they would have been acceptable. The new skirts were tiny).
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