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Chester County Board of Education addresses dress code for upcoming school year

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After discussing dress code in depth, the Chester County Board of Education decided on the following dress code for the 2021-22 academic year:
No belts are required. No masks are required. Any solid colors or CC Schools related shirts are allowed. Pants, shorts and skirts must be any solid color. No jeans, exercise shorts or yoga pants can be worn. Solid color or CC Schools related hoodies are allowed.
The board said that they will see how this dress code works for the schools and revisit it at a later time.
In a vote to approve it, Jeff Harris was the only one not in favor of the changes to the dresscode. So it passed.
The board discussed the superintendent evaluations and according to the board, on a 900 point scale, Director of Schools Troy Kilzer II scored 846 which is a 45 point increase from last year.
The board of education recognized HOSA students Ireland Knight, Jacelyn Haskins, Ava Cox, Kennedy Holman and Madison Hopper for placing in the national HOSA competition. See the link https://chestercountyindependent.com/2021/07/14/chester-county-high-school-hosa-students-place-in-national-competition/ for their full story.
They also recognized Brianne Matheney for being one of nine state finalists for Tennessee Teacher of the Year. See the story on her accomplishment in the following link: https://chestercountyindependent.com/2021/06/09/chester-county-high-school-english-teacher-brianne-matheney-recognized-as-tennessee-teacher-of-the-year-finalist/.

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