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  • Buchanan High students talk about the Clovis Unified dress code

    In a surprise vote Jan. 27, 2016, Clovis Unified School District trustees went against recommendations that would have allowed boys to wear long hair and earrings and removed language that says dresses and skirts are for girls. Reaction among Clovis Unified students has been strong, including some who spoke to The Bee on Feb. 2 at Buchanan High School.

Buchanan High students talk about the Clovis Unified dress code

In a surprise vote Jan. 27, 2016, Clovis Unified School District trustees went against recommendations that would have allowed boys to wear long hair and earrings and removed language that says dresses and skirts are for girls. Reaction among Clovis Unified students has been strong, including some who spoke to The Bee on Feb. 2 at Buchanan High School.
Eric Paul Zamora ezamora@fresnobee.com