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Elementary Kids Fit to be Tied

Posted: December 25, 2012 at 1:50 a.m.

Ethan Bisbee, from front to back, Caden Morse, Dylan Rodles, Leonardo Ortiz, Jesus Nava, Christian Chilian, Jonathan Jimenez and Christian Duenas-Aguilar, Bayyari Elementary School students, walk back to their classroom Tuesday morning. The school has introduced dressing professionally with Ties on Tuesdays to encourage their students to think about their professional appearance.

Caden Morse doesn’t mind wearing a tie to school. In fact, the Bayyari Elementary kindergartener seems to enjoy it.

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