"Not saying I support it, and it's too bad it has to come to this, too".This goes against everything I believe in, but I've seen the uniform dress code, work. Not only work, but save parents a whole lot of money on school clothes.
Not saying I support it, and it's too bad it has to come to this, too.
The uniforms are like what Pro started with; khakis or black pants and white or the school color polo for boys, and the pants option or knee length skirts and the same polo options for girls.
Also, the button up white or school color shirt.
So on one hand, I see the kids as little govt soldiers in uniform.
On the other hand, I see plenty of businesses that require employees to dress in their uniforms. What's the diff?
They're there for one reason, and that reason is to learn.(Some would disagree with learn)
Gotta give somewhere, so I RELUCTANTLY and distastefully, lean toward the uniform.
But I hate that it's come to that.
Are you saying it is too bad that it has come to the fact of kids looking "clean and presentable" in the outside world?
When you look good, and feel good, chances are you will do good.
Plain and simple, Gilmer School System has a very lackluster attitude, has the achievement bar set so low in so many areas, thus everyone in the school system look like just what they are.