STAUNTON, Va. (WVIR) - Signs have been popping up all over Staunton about the Robert E. Lee High School name.

Some of the signs say “Save the Name,” while others say “The Name Hurts.”

For months, Staunton City Schools has been working with the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities to look at diversity and inclusivity in the school system.

On Tuesday, July 10, the public will get the chance to weigh in on a possible name change during a pair of community listening sessions.

People have signed up for all the speaking slots but the event is open to the public.

“I hope that we can have some community engagement of people actually listening to each other and coming together around what we want, which is what's best for Staunton City Schools,” says Amy Wratchford, who's on the school board.

The two sessions are on Tuesday at 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. at the gym at Gypsy Hill Park, which has a capacity of 250 people.