HR Strange But True!
September 05, 2002
We all know that HR is never boring. But sometimes it can get downright strange...

Rita Wilson, former assistant principal at a San Diego high school, has been given a position in which she'll no longer supervise students.

The move came after Wilson received a torrent of national crticism for lifting girls' skirts - in front of male students and adults - as they entered a school dance, to make sure they weren't wearing thong underwear. Those wearing thongs were told to go home and change.

Wilson said she was acting in the students' best interest since provocative clothing and dancing could lead to sexual assaults. But now she'll start the school year as a teacher on special assignment, working on projects concerning student life in the Poway Unified School District, the Associated Press reports.

Source: The Associated Press, via the San Francisco Chronicle

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