Houston James Madison High School has introduced a parenting dress code that has angered some people.
The new policy was introduced "to prepare our children and let them know on a daily basis that they should wear appropriate clothing to wear when entering a child, go somewhere, apply for a job, or visit someone outside the home "Outley Brown said.
However, some parents disagree with the new rules.
Rosemary Young received a copy of the new parental dress code as she wore a cap to pick up her son from school. She said she was in a hurry because her younger son had broken his arm earlier.
Zeph Capo, president of the Houston Federation of Teachers, also says the school has gone too far.
"The exposure of body parts is one thing, the refusal of someone because the hair is in rolls … is a little ridiculous." Capo told CNN. "This is the question of a principal who publishes a dictatorial edict rather than a substantive conversation."
"Some of these things seem a bit of a classic," added Capo.
The Houston Independent School District declined to comment. Outley Brown did not respond to the request for comment.