Dress Code

  • Dress for school should be safe and conducive to learning.  The choice and type of clothing and hairdo is a matter of individual taste, but must be safe, appropriate and not disruptive to the educational process.  Any extreme clothing or hair style may become distracting or disruptive.  A staff member will talk privately with any student in inappropriate attire or hairstyle.  Depending on the violation, a student may be required to call home for a change of clothing.  Guidelines for dress are:
    1. Shirts must cover the student's torso and all undergarments.
    2. Pants should fit around the waist.  No undergarments may be exposed (i.e. sagging pants).
    3. All clothing must be hemmed.
    4. Hats and hoods may only be worn outside for sun protection or head warmth during winter.
    5. No make-up may be worn.
    6. Unnatural hair coloring is not permitted.
    7. No clothing with printing or pictures making reference to tobacco, drugs, alcohol, sex, or slurs.
    8. Shorts, dresses and skirts must be finger-tip length or longer.
    9. Sleeveless tops must have a minimum "two finger width" shoulder strap. No "off the shoulder" tops. Arm holes may not be excessively large.
    10. Footwear must be worn at all times and must be safe for activity. Shoes/sandals must have a heel strap. Flip flops, Roller shoes and high-heeled shoes are not allowed.
    11. Sports shoes are to be worn for PE.
Last Modified on May 21, 2014