Abilene ISD Previews new Dress Code

Abilene ISD Previews new Dress Code

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We have reported the changes with the dress code for Abilene middle school students.

But now we are getting a better look at what parents and students can expect.

Mckenzie Moreno said she has mixed feeling about the new dress code.

“I don’t really like it because I wear jeans all the time but I do like it because I don’t have to go every morning and spend a lot of time picking out regular clothes,” said Moreno.

The principle at Madison middle school showed a video at the meeting to let parents see what will be allowed with the new dress code.

“We are trying to be as proactive as we can descriptively about what that looks like and not only in writing but something visual for them to look at,” said George McFarland.

The video is on the Abilene ISD website. And is shows parents the different combinations that will be allowed. But there was one complaint many parents seem to have.

“I am kind of curious to know why they are not allowing jeans at this time,” said father Mike Miller.

Miller said he is worried about the winter months ahead.

“When it is really cold outside and the wind is blowing hard like it does in west Texas jeans will keep you a lot warmer than a pair of khaki pants,” said Miller.

The Madison principle says they are still working out all of the details. He said he wants to try and get the parents as prepared as he can ahead of time.

If you would like more information on the dress code you can visit the Abilene independent school districts website where they have videos and an outline of rules.

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    ABILENE, TX-- We have reported the changes with the dress code for Abilene middle school students but now we are getting a better look at what parents and students can expect.
    ABILENE, TX-- We have reported the changes with the dress code for Abilene middle school students but now we are getting a better look at what parents and students can expect.
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