The Minnetonka High School principal talked to the newspaper about his time at the school.
Minnetonka High School Principal Dave Adney, who announced March 25, 2013 he will resign June 30, talked to the Star Tribune about his tenure at the school and being at the center of a yoga pants controversy last November: Dave Adney is still bemused over the media frenzy he inadvertently created last year when he urged parents to dissuade their daughters from wearing what he calls “high-definition pants.” ... “It morphed into this thing,” Adney said. “I suddenly became the Minnesota principal who wants to ban yoga pants. I was just amazed that it resonated with people in the way it did.” Read the full article at StarTribune.com. Related:
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Facebook and Twitter were alive with pushback on a November afternoon after a supposed "yoga pants ban" at Minnetonka High School, making the article Minnetonka High School Principal Asks For Modesty; Doesn't Ban Yoga Pants the third most popular on Minnetonka Patch in 2012. Tweets such as these were sent out by Minnetonka High School students: "They banned yoga pants at Minnetonka high school. Hahaha that's so ridculous," and "Can hear the cries of Minnetonka girls everywhere after adney banned yoga pants at the high school." However, the school district explained there was no "ban" on tight-fitting pants, instead a call for modesty. Read the email to parents from Principal Adney here.