Students are Whittier Elementary School in north Everett in 2017 wear clothes that conform to the school’s uniform policy, which has been in place since the mid-1990s. (Contributed photo)

Students are Whittier Elementary School in north Everett in 2017 wear clothes that conform to the school’s uniform policy, which has been in place since the mid-1990s. (Contributed photo)

Editorial: Uniforms at new school need more discussion

Uniforms aren’t a good fit, according to some parents at one of of two Everett schools adopting them.

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