Port Angeles: Parents to discuss middle school uniforms

A group of Stevens Middle School parents will be talking about requiring school uniforms during a meeting tonight.

Stevens Principal Chuck Lisk said Monday that between 20 and 30 parents have asked for a discussion on requiring school uniforms.

The parents meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the library of the school, 1139 W. 14th St., Port Angeles.

In addition to the discussion on school uniforms, parents will discuss building safety, forming a parent-teacher association and the Gates Grant.

Parents are also expected to discuss a recent bomb scare and what precautions school officials are taking to protect students.

The meeting is open to all parents with children attending Stevens Middle School.

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