Oakville Beaver, 19 Jan 2023, p. 1

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Oakville THURSDAY JANUARY 19, 2023 PARENTS WELCOME DRESS CODE ORDER AMID TEACHER CONTROVERSY GROUP SAYS SCHOOL BOARD SHOULD HAVE ‘MADE THIS RIGHT’ SOONER KATHY YANCHUS kyanchus@metroland.com Things could have been differ- ent for Oakville Trafalgar High School families had Halton Dis- trict School Board (HDSB) trust- ees acted sooner to develop a pro- fessional standard of dress at the beginning of the school year. While the Jan. 3 decision is a “positive step forward," a spokes- person for the OTHS parents' group Students First Ontario be- lieves the board should have "made this right" in September. “I think that the principled ap- See ORDEAL, page 2 $2.00 | CONNECTED TO YOUR COMMUNITY | INSIDEHALTON.COM Waa COMMUNITY Graham Paine/Metroland Artist/illustrator Katia Petrovsky, a newcomer from Ukraine, would like to go back to work in IT someday, and will Bladly add to her post-secondary education if need be. MAKING THE GRADE HALTON EXCEEDS PROVINCIAL AVERAGE IN POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION /P20 CARSTAR. @ Collision & Glass Service een, 916 Winston Churchill Bivd. 2212 Wyecroft Rd. www.carstaroakville.com ae A better insurance experience starts here. Rob J Demille, Agent 516 Dundas St. Wi, Unt 203 able, ON LEM dn 905-849-3050 rob@robdemille.ca ie) Desjardins Insurance HOSTING AN EVENT? POST .§IT. PROMOTE IT. INSIDEHALTON.COM JEVENTS Metroland Media Group Ltd., 211 Pritchard Road, Unit 4, Hamilton ON L8J 0G5. ’ Wishing you a happy and health iy New Year ZY LIK ‘Se Quantum, 905.467.4745 SheilaAndLinda.com

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