A mother of Texas claims that a teacher cut her son's hair without permission on Tuesday after being considered a violation of school protocol.
Kiesling, 16, KXAS-TV said that his bangs lasts long and against the dress code of Hico High School.
"Less than my eyebrows but it's over my glasses so it does not get in my eyes, just around the corner," Kiesling says.
Kiesling's mother, Amy Martin, told KXAS-TV that the money was tight and she had no car at the moment.
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" Money is really tight now we're moving and there's a lot of expenses and a haircut is not even on my radar right now, "he said.
Kiesling told school principal station, Shelli Stegall told him that a teacher with a beauty license would cut hair after class. However, t told the eenager that he was taken to the classroom and the teacher cut her "It looks like I'll take the kitchen scissors and pull it out and slowly over and over again, because you know that it's just too much fluctuating like Jim Carrey in & # 39; dumb and Dumber & # 39; but rounder and somewhat shorter. Martin said.
Martin said he called the principal about cutting hair, apologizing and saying that he would pay him to fix it.
However, Martin wrote on Facebook that his son was home weighted after the principal "told her how she was guilty of it and made her shrink all the time."
The mother said that the principal took her to repair it with a local barber.
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The adolescent says he is concerned and his classmates are taught him.
School manual the district says, "If the principal specifies that the student's grooming or clothing violates the school's clothing code, the student will be given a chance to correct the school problem. If not corrected, the student may be assigned a school suspension for the remainder of the day. "
Martin said Hico Police Chief Ronnie Ashmore said in his home Thursday and gave him a statement.
" He is very apologetic, "Martin said in the Stephenville Empire-Tribune of Ashmore." She had no idea about this situation and did not believe that I had called the department three times before anyone answered. "
The district issued a statement saying," As part of our commitment to provide a safe and secure learning environment, Hico ISD is a student code of conduct and a handbook of comprehensive education. Student expectations are shared at the beginning of each school year. We also ask parents to sign off our methods based on community values. We encourage parents to be involved in decision-making processes, share their feelings about district operations and share any concerns with their child's principal. Finally, our priority is to educate and support the well-being of every student at Hico ISD. "