Don’t let up on school rules

Jamaica Gleaner - - OPINION & COMMENTARY -

THE ED­I­TOR, Sir: I WHOLE­HEART­EDLY agree with Peter Espeut, in last Fri­day’s Gleaner, that the hair of the three-year-old Hope­field Prep boy was un­kempt. Par­ents and stu­dents must show re­spect for the school and what it re­quires its stu­dents to con­form to.

A school has to main­tain its stan­dards. Ev­ery part of so­ci­ety has stan­dards and rules to which we have to con­form.

Don’t use your child as a scape­goat to make a pri­vate school change its rules to suit your tastes. Send your child to a school that fits your life­style.


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