Monday, March 31, 2014

There Shouldn't Be School Uniforms in Public Schools Anyway

Washoe County School District is merely saving face by proposing a "uniform policy" after having its ass handed to them in a pair of lawsuits. The state supreme court has yet to rule on the matter, but the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in the plaintiffs' favor regarding the motto.

The principal involved in the lawsuit will not be returning to Roy Gomm next year. Her job was up for bid for transfers.

The draft of the new policy also says the uniform policy must be evaluated every four years. A minimum of 25 percent of families having students at the school must respond to change the policy. To cancel a school's uniform policy, 51 percent of families with children who attend the school must want to change.

No other changes to school uniforms can occur within four years without Superintendent approval.

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