Houston School Administrator Under Fire For Saying Students Dressed Like “Hoes”

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Late Monday afternoon, HISD issued a statement explaining the incident and apologized for the administrator’s comments. Richardson’s name was never mentioned in the statement, however the school official’s name was provided to MyFox Houston by an unidentified spokesperson for HISD.

The HISD statement reads as follows:

HISD has been made aware of an all-girls assembly at Yates High School on Friday where students reported being offended by a female school administrator who was discussing appropriate school attire. Although the administrator had good intentions and was trying to instill pride and purpose in the students, her approach and tone were perhaps inappropriate and not approved by the district. The district apologizes to all Yates students who were offended and wants to assure families and community members this will not happen again.

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9 thoughts on “Houston School Administrator Under Fire For Saying Students Dressed Like “Hoes”

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  2. if the kids are dressed like hoes then they are dressed like hoes. she had to get their attention, she did. now fix your children’s attire before coming to school instead of making excuses. the real issue is lack of parenting.

  3. I find it hard to believe that Shaniqua Jordashe and her daughter, LaQuinta Chanel are not dressing like proper women. Obviously racial profiling.

  4. Seriously? Loll. That might be all they have to wear due to their parents financial status? BULLSHIIIII! Shouldn’t have bought whorish clothes if your bank acct is low.

  5. whether is was meant to “inspire” or “motivate”, it was still very much inappropriate for someone of the principals stature. There are many different ways to get your point across. I, myself would have been offeneded. Not because of what she said but because she is supposed to be setting a standard and being an example.

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