Students skipping category due to cost of propagandize uniforms
October 7, 2014 - School Uniform
The quarrel continues to keep students from slicing category in York County, though a United Way is perplexing to help.
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Sara Gray, executive of preparation initiatives during a United Way of York County says some students are blank category in York County due to a cost of propagandize uniforms.
The classification has launched a propagandize uniform expostulate to assistance yield garments to send kids to school. Since a commencement of a propagandize year, a United Way says it’s usually perceived about a dozen items.
When it comes to truancy, Gray says York County used to have one of a misfortune rates in a state. Just 4 years ago York County ranked 60th out of 67 counties. Today, a county has shifted to 29th. The alleviation is a outcome of improved assemblage reporting, Gray says, though in York City School District, 80 percent to 90 percent of a students face socioeconomic risk.
The United Way is in need of khaki and navy blue pants along with white and navy blue shirts. You can dump propagandize uniforms off during a United Way of York located during 800 East King St. between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.