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Waterloo school board to answer questions about dress code

WATERLOO (KWWL)-- Parents with questions about the soon to be implemented Waterloo Schools dress code can get some answers Monday when the board goes over some of the new regulations.

The dress code was approved last month and seven schools, including East and West High Schools are adopting the new policy this fall, 11 schools are waiting until 2011.

The meeting is Monday at 5:00 at the Education Service Center and will cover what is and is not appropriate under the new policy.

The meeting will also discuss missing child prevention.  This is in response after an incident that happened on May 13 in which two Kittrell Elementary kindergarten students walked out of the school.

 

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