Public schools in Pueblo will have a new uniform policy starting next fall.
District 60 officials say all schools with existing school uniform policies will all start wearing the same color uniforms.
The goal is to help families financially. The district says parents who need to transfer their kids from one school to other will no longer need to buy entire new wardrobes for their kids.
They say the uniforms will be navy blue. Schools will also have the option of adding three additional colors to their school.
The shirts will also have no school logo on it, though students can still wear their old color uniforms if they choose.
Students will have two weeks into the next school year to comply with the new uniform policies.
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