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Students suspended for draping themselves in duct tape

Catholic school board says uniforms too revealing

A Windsor high school student says she and several others were unfairly punished after they donned duct tape uniforms to a hockey game in December. The students were suspended when school reopened after the break because of a policy at St. Joseph’s school that prohibits the uniforms. Wearing the costumes had previously been an annual tradition during the Father Zakoor Catholic Cup, but they had been banned in response parent complaints that they were becoming too revealing. Carole Farah told Postmedia that her and the other participating girls wore t-shirts under the duct tape and that no skin was showing.

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