Superintendent calls students wearing shorts ‘skanks’
What would you do if your daughter came home and told you she was called a “skank” by her high schools superintendent for wearing her shorts too short? What if that same superintendent made the girls bend over so that she could check the length of their shorts?
That's just what happened at Noble High School in Oklahoma. Superintendent Ronda Bass addressed the issue at an assembly at the start of the new year.
Now, there are two sides to every story. Here is Superintendent Bass: 'As I was greeting the children coming in I knew we had a major, major problem on our hands,' she told KFOR. Bass claims she appropriately asked students if they felt their peers were dressed suitably for school. The students however tell a different story. Some say that Bass even asked classmates to bend over so she could check the length of their shorts.
Do you think Bass handled the situation appropriately? Should she resign?