Go to plan ‘G’…

Update 6:45p:  Aycock’s principal William Price just utilized the school’s phone notification system to refute the insinuation made by N&R noted below. Jinni received the recorded message and tells me that Mr. Price was quite adamant that there is no gang activity at Aycock.

He went on to say that parents should contact the N&R to set the record straight.

It would be interesting to find out how reporter Bruce Buchanon found the information on the Aycock student.


From the Department of Education’s Manual on School Uniforms: “The potential benefits of school uniforms include…  helping prevent gang members from wearing gang colors and insignia at school.”

From this morning’s N&R article on gang activities in Guilford County Schools: Law enforcement officials have seen these ominous warnings of gang activity in Guilford County Schools since the start of the school year…  An Aycock Middle student with the number ’13′, symbolizing a Latino gang, on his tennis shoes….”

I guess it is time to include footwear guidelines in Aycock Middle School’s SMOD (school uniform) policy.

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