Multi-colored hair may be coming to Parker Junior High School.
School officials are proposing an end to the ban on “unnaturally colored hair,” Parker Principal David Kennedy said at Monday’s Flossmoor District 161 school board committee meeting.
However, it’s unlikely that extreme colored hair will be allowed in kindergarten through fifth grade in District 161. Chad Prosen, principal of Western Avenue School, said the proposed student handbook for the district’s four elementary buildings prohibits “outlandish” haircuts that can disrupt the classroom.
Kennedy and Prosen presented suggested changes to the . . .
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