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    Boys with long hair
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    crunk05177 posted:
    What do you think of the school requiring a second grade boy to wear a headband or sweatband in gym bc his hair is too long?
    Me (30), DH (32), DS1 - Michael (7) and DS2 - Nathan (4 - severe peanut allergy and an egg allergy)
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    sarah0323 responded:
    As long as they have the same requirement for girls then I am ok with it. If it is a special rule just for the boy then I would be all over the discrimination angle.
    Me, DD - 14, DS1 -J 10, DS2 - Cr 8, DS3 - Co 7, DD2 - E 3


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