When students head back to class on August 13 they’ll walk through the doors dressed in uniforms.
Earlier this year, Argyle administrators, parents and teachers decided to join the ranks of Smyrna schools that require their students to wear uniforms, or standard school attire as it’s called in the Cobb County School District. Students will be required to wear solid-colored collared shirts in blue, yellow, red, gray, purple or white and navy or khaki pants, shorts, jumpers or skirts.
Robert Babay, Argyle’s principal, said that about 80 percent of parents polled supported standard school attire.
“Really what we’re trying to do is line up with ,” he said. “They started a standard attire policy last year. So we thought that we would get in line with that. A lot of the things you’re going to see on there really started with Campbell Middle as we get them ready for middle school.”
Smyrna public schools that require standard school attire are , , , , and Campbell Middle School.
, , , and do not have a standard school attire policy. However, according to Griffin’s website, administrators and parents are considering implementing one. Though these school’s don’t have a standard attire policy, student must still comply with the Cobb County School District’s dress code.
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