Criticism of school's dress-up day draws national attention

04/9/2008 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

A Wisconsin elementary school that encourages students to dress up for its "Wacky Week" came under fire from a Christian radio group for allowing children to dress up as senior citizens or members of the opposite sex, which the network said challenged Biblical values. Principal Tammy Hayes said no one previously had any objections to the student-initiated idea, but angry calls flooded into the office after the radio report.

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