"You know this isn't a nightclub that you're going to," says Joan Smith, a Chambersburg Area School Board member.
School officials created a dress code committee about a year ago to help teachers dress more professionally.
"What does that say when a teacher looks like a student? Not too much," says Smith.
And that slowly progressed to revising a better dress code for students. Some school officials say the current one is too broad, only half a page long. Other school board members say the one being proposed is too detailed - now seven pages long.
The president of the school board, Norman Blowers said in a statement: "All board members support an implementation of an improved dress code... But we don't all agree on the details of it and that's what we're working on."
Board members say they hope to have the new dress code by the end of the year.
School board members will meet with administrators Wednesday night In a private session to revise the proposed dress code.