Greenville – The Greenville Independent School district could soon move to a standardized dress code. According to the Greenville Herald Banner, 73% of those responding to a questionnaire sent out by a committee to study a possible standardized dress code responded favorably to the idea. The survey was sent out to households with GISD students and to members of a Greenville Electric Utility System (GEUS) mailing list.
The standardized dress code does not mean uniforms for the district. It would provide a list of approved clothing with choices for students to choose from when dressing for school.
Three public meetings to explain why the district is presenting the idea and to receive public input into the plan will be scheduled and announced within the next few days.