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Some city schools like Chapman have uniform dress, and starting Thursday night many parents of other school districts in Huntsville will get a phone call asking if they would like to follow suit.
The phone call will be a survey to learn how parents and guardians feel about school uniforms.
“I didn like it, but I think it avoided a lot of conflict in school,” said Denise Accardi who wore a uniform in school.
“Kids, I don know, I think it takes away individuality,” said Jessica Owens.
“Everybody equal, everybody gets treated the same, I think individuality is rebellion,” John Gooding said.
If you a parent in the Huntsville City School system, when you get the phone call you have three different options to choose from.
You want uniforms in schools.
No you don want the uniforms.
You have no opinion on uniforms.
“I guess I wouldn care, but personally if I was in school I wouldn want them,” said parent Emily Connelly.
“It saves lives, it saves money, it just a good idea,” said Patricia Shaw.
“It not a problem for me,” Shabana Amjad said.
So far, it hasn been too big of a problem for Chapman Middle School Principal Dr. Jim Waters. He says this is Chapman Middle second year of uniformity.
“First I talked to my faculty, and said are we going to do this? 100 percent said yes, or I wouldn have done it,” said Principal Waters.
“It prevents us from having all the bad problems like sagging, and pants pulled down, and shirt tails out, and everything like that,” said 7th grader Alexis Davis.
Students at Chapman Middle can wear white, or navy blue polo with khaki or navy blue shorts or pants.
They can still wear their own shoes, carry their own back packs and wear their own belts as long as they not dangerous.
“When you have the uniforms, nobody can talk about your clothes, because all of you are wearing the same thing,” added 7th grader Connie Toney. Thursday night, because it saves the system money.
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