Students in the Columbus Municipal School District will be able to add a little color to their uniform choice this year.
In an “overwhelming response” to a survey offered during student registration, parents said they wanted their children to be allowed to wear purple and gold polo shirts, as well as their school spirit shirts, in addition to their white and blue polo shirts, according to Deputy Superintendent Craig Shannon.
During Monday night’s school board meeting, board member Aubra Turner suggested students be able to add the option of wearing a purple or gold polo shirt to their uniform choices. Turner also suggested students be allowed to wear T-shirts proclaiming their individual school’s logo.
There is probably no animal more easily frightened than the starling, for whom the slightest unexpected noise can send the flock flying away in a panic.
The Lowndes County School Board is beginning to rival that timid breed, however.
Dress codes, not uniforms Kudos to our elected school board members who stood for what the 2,300 opposing parental surveys returned wanted. And recognizing the
After a backlash of parental opposition, the county school board Friday reversed last month’s district-wide decision mandating school uniforms.
The Lowndes County School District’s decision to make uniforms mandatory district-wide beginning next year has met vocal resistance from some quarters.
Pre-kindergarten classes will once again top the agenda Friday at the Lowndes County School District’s monthly meeting.
An attorney representing citizens opposed to a dress code in the Starkville School District filed an appeal Friday afternoon in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
A steady stream of parents and community members filed into the Starkville Sportsplex multi-purpose building Thursday night to join an appeal against the Starkville School District’s recent decision to implement a dress code policy beginning this fall.