B.C. student who wore dress over turtleneck sent home for inappropriate attire | CBC News

B.C. student who wore dress over turtleneck sent home for inappropriate attire | CBC News
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The father of a high school student in Kamloops, B.C., who was sent home for wearing what was deemed an inappropriate outfit, says the incident was absurd and should not have happened. 

Chris Wilson’s daughter Karis Wilson, 17, was wearing a knee-length black dress with lace trim over a full-sleeved white turtleneck. Chris Wilson said her teacher pulled her out of class Tuesday and escorted her to the principal’s office because of the outfit.

“[Karis] was told that it could possibly make the male student teacher feel awkward and it could make [her female classroom teacher] feel awkward since it reminded her of a lingerie outfit,” Chris Wilson said on CBC’s Radio West.

“It’s actually a very modest outfit when you actually look at it … I think the the initial comments were based…



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