Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Glutton for More Legal Challenges

Washoe County School District, bruising from lawsuits over mandatory school uniforms and mottoes, is working on a new uniform policy.

They shouldn't even have mandatory school uniforms in the first place although they are supposedly legal as it has been decided in the court system.

Still, the district wants to give principals way too much leeway on what to do and would clash with court rulings. Stupid, stupid, stupid:

In the new policy, uniforms may only have the school's logo and name on the uniform. No other language would be allowed on the uniform.

This new policy would clash with the current legal battle and uniforms at Roy Gomm Elementary School.

Last month the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed and remanded a decision made two years ago by U.S. District Court Judge Robert C Jones, who dismissed a suit by parents who objected to the Gomm uniform policy.

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