Local School Forcing Dress Code Creating Environment of Wolves in Sheep Clothing

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I wrote a couple paragraphs, following that I copied and pasted the entire news story.

I’ve posted a couple news stories to show y’all what is happening in my neck of the woods. This morning, a gun situation with an “active aggressor” at the Ohio Christian University just one mile from my front door. A couple days ago, a large school district decided to keep the Gospel Message off school property while pushing for teachers to wear badges of “love and support” for same-sex relationships. This post is about a school near to me, I lived in Waverly for ten years before moving to Circleville. Waverly has a total City population of 4,270 citizens, yes 4,270 residents. There are 94 Waverly High School students, 51 males and 43 females. The school authorities are mandating the student’s dress code to have a form of Godliness, without God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit.

To create the school environment that the staff is looking for, they need to come to Jesus Christ and live by the Bible through the Holy Spirit. It’s impossible to live by the Scripture without Jesus Christ. Buzzwords such as “love and support” means nothing without God’s love and support, and having a Godly appearance means nothing without the appearance of Jesus Christ in the heart. The unGodly authorities are creating a social environment that is nothing more than wolves in sheep clothing. These are the days when the world is following the mark of the beast, and it’s in every city around the world.

“It was given power to wage war against God’s Holy people and to conquer them.
And it was given authority over every tribe, people, language and nation. 
All inhabitants of the earth will worship the beast—
all whose names have not been written in the Lamb’s book of life,”
Revelation 13:7-8

The following is an example of those who govern by the mark of the beast. Here’s a quote from the news article,

The dress code policy handed to students on their first day includes rules such as no oversized clothes, no showing the shoulders, back or midriff, no distracting body piercings or hair colors and no clothing items deemed inappropriate by the principal. Students who do not follow these rules were subject to discipline such as suspension or expulsion.

One senior, Leslie Preston, who documented the protest on TikTok, said in a video that students were told a male and female teacher would be at each of the entrances to the school building to inspect each student’s outfit and deem if it was appropriate or not. While Preston did not go to school the next day she said she was told around 50 students had their outfits deemed inappropriate.

Waverly students protest unfair dress code

WAVERLY― Waverly High School students took a stand recently as they protested the school’s new dress code.

One student called the dress code “insane” and is trying to get it changed.

The dress code policy handed to students on their first day includes rules such as no oversized clothes, no showing the shoulders, back or midriff, no distracting body piercings or hair colors and no clothing items deemed inappropriate by the principal. Students who do not follow these rules were subject to discipline such as suspension or expulsion.

One senior, Leslie Preston, who documented the protest on TikTok, said in a video that students were told a male and female teacher would be at each of the entrances to the school building to inspect each student’s outfit and deem if it was appropriate or not. While Preston did not go to school the next day she said she was told around 50 students had their outfits deemed inappropriate.

In response to the policy several students planned a peaceful protest outside of the central office on Aug. 26. After being told to leave Preston said some of the students left but she and two other female students stayed. She said they refused to leave even after the principal. Preston also claimed the superintendent told them to leave and to stop protesting.

Principal Joel Shepherd and Superintendent J. Edward Dickens did not respond to multiple calls from the Gazette seeking comment.

“We were getting screamed at for protesting at our own school,” said Preston in her video. “For something that the whole student body is in agreeance with.”

Preston said the remaining students were told they would be escorted out of the building but instead their signs were taken away and the group was separated into different rooms without their phones and sent home. The Waverly Police Department was called to the scene but the department said no reports were made since the issue was handled by the school.

Preston and her guardian later had a meeting with the superintendent to talk about the situation where she said none of her questions were truly answered. She said the superintendent also asked her if her phone was off and if she was recording before talking.

While she does plan on moving to online schooling through Waverly, Preston said she will likely continue to fight to have the dress code changed as she believes it is not fair and unfairly targets the girls at the school. She also said many current students, alumni and parents have reached out to offer encouragement.

“The student’s voices aren’t being heard and that’s an issue,” said Preston. “Considering the fact that it’s our education.”

Shelby Reeves is a reporter for the Chillicothe Gazette. You can email her at SReeves@gannett.com or follow her on Twitter @Shelby_Reeves_


“….to you who do not hold to her teaching and have not learned Satan’s so-called deep secrets,“
‘I will not impose any other burden on you, except to hold on to what you have until I come.’”
“I am coming soon. Hold on to what you have, so that no one will take your crown.”
Revelation 2:24-25, 3:11

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