A group of parents showed up at the
She says the dress code is not enforced properly, especially when students are sent to in-school suspension for violations.
"I didn't feel it was right for any of these students to be losing out on their education sitting in in-school suspension, looking at walls because they're not getting their work handed to them," said Diebel.
And many parents say the dress code is too strict and that enforcement is inconsistent.
"A big problem I have is they say that a lot of logos or camo or tie-dye that's inappropriate and distracting. Then when they sell their spirit wear for these elementary schools, it is camo and tie-dye," said
They say many students and parents are also confused because many schools have been enforcing the policy differently.
These parents say they have plenty of questions for the school board but not enough answers.
During the public comment portion of the school board meeting, they offered their questions and concerns. However, the topic wasn't on the agenda so there was no discussion back from board members.
In a written response to Diebel, CASD administrators say a large majority of student have been complying with the dress code.
"A couple people have gotten responses back but it's kind of like a roundabout way, they don't specifically come out and answer the question," said Diebel
This group of parents says they will continue to ask questions until they get answers.