A 4-year-old Texas kid was sent home from school due to his long hair.
Jessica Oates says her child, who has never had a hair style, was sent home because of the school’s hair strategy.
She initially learned of the approach at enrollment and was advised she’d have to give a letter refering to a religious or social special case for her child to keep his hair.
Before she could keep in touch with one, school authorities advised her not to return until the point that his hair met clothing regulation rules.
As indicated by the approach, young men’s hair must be over the eyes, ears and neck.
The Barbers Hill School District released a statement to KTRK:
“Our local elected Board has established policy based on community expectations, and Barbers Hill administration will continue to implement the said policy.”
However, Oates plans to fight the policy.
“I feel like my son is owed the same education that all other children in this school district have,” she said.