When the SSAA was founded, women were employed to teach the Sissies how to be sissies. The majority of these women were nuns, members of an order that has been in Georgia since 1733 (True fact about Georgia). The modern staff uniform is based on nun habits; consisting of a long sleeveless navy blue dress, white shirt that's either short or long sleeved, white collar, white apron, and an optional white coif for cold weather.
You'll often see staff with ornate patched sewn into the breast of their uniforms. These patched are gifts from students, a tradition started back in the Great Depression. A student wanted to give a gift to his favorite teacher, said teacher had a hole in their uniform's breast, so the student took some scrap cloth and made a pretty patch to fix the hole.
A lot of the staff that a regular school needs is replaced with students. Cafeteria is managed by senior students in culinary. Janitorial work is covered by students learning to clean.