At some point in time during the year, a school will enforce a rule change for their students. Soddy-Daisy High School is no different, as the institution altered their dress code. However, when vice-principal and athletic director Jared Hensley discussed those changes, his comments about girls left parents in absolute shock.
Located in Hamilton County, Tennessee, Soddy-Daisy High School first opened in 1937. Now, the institution is home to around 1,250 students, teaching them from the ninth grade to the 12th. In September 2018, however, the school announced a change to one of its rules.
Hensley, the school’s vice-principal and athletic director, decided that athletic shorts would be banned, citing an alteration to the dress code. And later that month he addressed the situation to students in a video, where he reiterated the rule change.