Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Ban on perfume at Northrup?

A mother wants Northrup High School to ban perfume. She insists that her son is allergic to freshly sprayed perfume. Some allergists say that this isn't possible, but it still could be an asthmatic reaction. Whatever it is, let's assume for the sake of argument that there is a causal relationship between high concentrations of perfume and respiratory distress in this particular boy. Students could still be allowed to wear modest amounts of perfume, as long as they didn't spray it in the same room as the boy. However, it should be explained to the students that deliberately trying to cause breathing problems by spraying perfume could be construed as battery or even attempted murder, depending on the mood of the county prosecutor.

I wonder if Dr Crawford is going to push for a ban on perfume in private clubs.

3 comments:

Steve Finnell said...

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siestagirl said...

Northrop, BTW
No personal grooming should be allowed in any classroom!! I don't want to watch students put on makeup, pick their hair or any other grooming. Retired FWCS teacher.

Robert Enders said...

Siestagirl,
That sounds like a sound, reasonable policy.

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