SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - The Savannah-Chatham School Board met on Oct. 5 to discuss changes to the dress code. The main ideas were to give girls the option of wearing leggings and to allow students to wear shirts that are not tucked in.
"It's not worthy of the number of disciplinary infractions that we have. So, it still doesn't relax the dress uniforms; however it does address today's child, and the fact that young children are trying to keep their shirt tail in," said Dr. Thomas Lockamy, SCCPSS Superintendent.
The board did not vote on the measure.