The dress code policy isn't new, but one school system's enforcement and punishment for offenders gets a lot tougher Wednesday.
Wilson County schools says high schoolers found to be violating the dress code will now start getting sent home from school. That's according to the Wilson Daily Times, which reports students used to get a lunch detention, and then after school detention before getting sent home. The paper says the main dress code offense at Wilson County High Schools is sagging pants.
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