What to wear that first day of school? — reflections from writer Shelley Fraser Mickle
It’s that time of year again, the start of the school year for elementary, high school and college. The roads are congested and the stores are packed. Parents are busy making purchases for school lunch boxes and their kids’ wardrobes for the semester. Commentator Shelley Fraser Mickle has a few thoughts about the whole ordeal of “what kids will wear” to school this year, especially in light of the new uniform policy at Alachua County schools.
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