BALTIMORE - It's a dance to celebrate kids moving up to high school, but a dress code has some parents pretty upset this morning.
Strapless dresses are not allowed at the school in Readington New Jersy.
School administrators say they are too distracting for boys, and it’s the parents, not the rebellious teens that are fighting this rule.
They say it's an abuse of authority, and strapless dresses have been allowed in the past. Many parents have already paid for outfits for their child to wear to the dance.
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