Sunny Side Up: 8th grader fighting back after being ‘dress coded’

Sunny Side Up: 8th grader fighting back after being ‘dress coded’
In this Sept. 7, 2018 photo, students socialize at Grant High School in Portland, Ore., after school let out. Portland Public Schools relaxed its dress code in 2016 after student complaints that the rules unfairly targeted female students and sexualized their fashion choices. (AP Photo/Gillian Flaccus) (Gillian Flaccus)

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - “Sunny Side Up” is a daily morning talk show that airs on CBS-Cleveland 19 News featuring Wake Up Cleveland’s Neeha Curtis and Julian Glover.

On Wednesday’s edition of “Sunny Side Up” Neeha and Julian will be discussing a New York middle school student who was told her sweater was a “distraction to the boys” and was given a coat to wear for the rest of the day.

Sunny Side Up 2/6/2018

On Wednesday, Samantha’s older sister Cydney started a Change.org petition that almost 500 people have signed.

This brings us to the question of the day: An 8th grade student got “dress coded” for this outfit – is it inappropriate or is the school going too far?

“Sunny Side Up” airs on CBS and is streamed each weekday morning at 9 a.m. on the Cleveland 19 News Facebook page, Cleveland 19.com, and on the Amazon Fire and Roku channels.

The show features discussions on trending topics, guests, and more.

On Wednesday’s edition of “Sunny Side Up”:

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