Barbours Hill High School, east of Houston, has already become a national focus because of its ban. But intexasAfter the CROWN Act came into force, Darryl George, a Grade 11 student who had a ponytail, still had to miss school. Darryl George returned to school after the suspension period on the 18th, and was immediately asked to suspend classes again. The school will decide after talking to his parents on the 20th whether he should be allowed to resume classes or not.
CNN reports that Darryl George has been banned from school for two weeks beginning in September. He returned to school on the 18th because his braid infringed the freedom of Barbour’s Hill.school DistrictShe was once again suspended from classes due to dress rules that stated male students’ hair could not be longer than their eyebrows or longer than their ears. The school requires parents to meet the school before the 20th.
Appointed attorney Eli Booker told CNN that the school had asked mother Darresha George to appear in person to continue punitive action. However, Eli Booker believed that the school just wanted to expel Darryl George from the school, but it had parental consent. was required.
Darryl George was previously placed on “disciplinary replacement”.Educated“Disciplinary Alternative Education Program” (Disciplinary Alternative Education Program) and required him to continue alternative education without cutting his hair.
The independent school district said in a statement to CNN that because the students were involved, they could not comment further. Darryl George has received notices and been placed on academic probation for cutting his hair several times before, but he has never agreed to cut his braids. Parents who hire an attorney can file a lawsuit against the school district.