A site-based decision-making council made no final decision Monday night on changes to Woodford County High School's dress code. Instead, another work session was scheduled Oct. 26 to attempt additional compromises.
Last week, a council committee reached some compromises between current school policy and changes sought by students.
But teachers Monday night said some aspects of a so-called "modified uniform" policy needed to be incorporated into any compromise as well.
"This is exhausting for everybody, but there's room for compromise," said Chantell Depp, a parent representative on the council.
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The Oct. 26 meeting will be 5:45 p.m. in the school library.
Students and parents began calling for changes in the school's 11-year-old dress code at the start of classes in August. The brouhaha went viral on social media and the Internet, and put the school in the spotlight on the Today show, The Huffington Post and, last week, on Kentucky Sports Radio.