Kindergartners will be the first students to be required to wear uniforms in Kansas City schools this fall. It’s the first step in a dress code for all students. District spokesman David Smith says the move reduces stress on everyone. He says for children, its competition over the clothes the wear and for parents, a money headache. The school board is hoping the dress code will demonstrate the district is serious about returning to the basics of education. Students must wear tan, khaki, or blue pants, skirts, or shirt, and white or navy blue collared or turtleneck shirts.