Florida School Board Members Weigh In On ‘Furry Dress Attire’ At School Board Meeting

  • Members of a school board in Florida weighed in on whether kids should be able to wear “furry dress attire” during a meeting about dress code policy on Tuesday.
  • Megan Wright, a member of the Brevard Public Schools board, said “furry dress attire” was a “common thread” on student surveys about the dress code.
  • “One of the first things is, believe it or not, and I can’t believe I have to say this out loud, but the furry dress attire, that came up in that thread, I don’t even know how many times,” Wright began. “Referring to dog collars, referring to tails, referring to ears that students are wearing.”
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