Districts merge, but dress codes will be different

May 21, 2013
Students in what were Memphis schools will wear uniforms, but those in what were Shelby County schools will not.

VIDEO: The Memphis and Shelby County (Tenn.) school systems are becoming one in 2013-14, but school dress codes will remain separate, at least for the first year of the consolidated district. WMC-TV says children attending a school that was in the Memphis district will continue to wear uniforms, but those enrolled at a school from the county district will not have to wear uniforms.

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