Michael Coviello, a senior at Hasbrouck Heights High School, in Hasbrouck Heights, N.J., can now wear a kilt and skirt to school after the American Civil Liberties Union reached an agreement with school officials here. You write the cutline. (AP Photo/The Bergen Record, Tariq Zehawi)
1. Though allowed to wear the kilt Michael was made to wear it below the knees to avoid unwanted displays of his short comings — Dave Tolle.
2. Never willing to skirt an issue, the ACLU didn’t want the student’s civil liberties kilt — John Austin.
3. A Mr. America wannabe made the mistake of eating his french fries and ranch dip before the pageant instead of afterwards Jane Q. Citizen; and: This just in: schools do not have the power to prevent their students from committing a fashion faux pas — A Token D.
HM: BNR, CoeurGENX, whatever, Granati, et al. (Everyone take a bow today.)
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