A British school prinicipal is asking other parents to not wear pajamas when they drop their children off to school.
At the Skerne Park Academy in Darlington, UK, elementary school principal Kate Chisholm has written a letter to parents asking them to wear actual clothes when dropping their children off. Many parents arrive at the school in pajamas, and Chisholm wants parents to dress appropriately to set a better example for students. They even have been attending parent meetings in their pajamas, which led to the letter. Many of the parents agree with the principal, saying they shouldn’t be giving their children bad habits.
But is it really that big of a deal what the parents wear? Or does it look like you have given up on life if you wear PJs in public?
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