Will Rogers Dress Code

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    Tops must have straps. The measurement from above the collarbone to the lowest part of the shirt's neck must be no more than 4 inches. Cleavage may not be shown and bras must be covered. Shirts must extend past the beltline. Inseams on shorts must be at least 3 inches. The measurement from the bottom of dresses and skirts to the center of the kneecap must be no more than 6 inches. Undergarments may not be exposed. Undergarments are underwear, boxer shorts, panties or any other type of garment.


    In general, students are expected to wear appropriate clothing which is clean, fits properly, doesn't prevent them from participating in any school activity, and is not distracting. For safety, shoes must be worn at all times. Clothing must cover the torso, and sagging pants exposing undergarments are not permitted. Clothing and other items worn or carried by students, including buttons and backpacks, may not: denigrate any group; promote violation of school rules; depict drugs, tobacco, alcohol, violence, unlawful use of weapons, intimidation, gang/cult affiliation, inappropriate language or graphics, or be sexually suggestive. Clothing and other items worn or carried by students, including buttons and backpacks, may not: denigrate any group; promote violation of school rules; depict drugs, tobacco, alcohol, violence, unlawful use of weapons, intimidation, gang/cult affiliation, inappropriate language or graphics, or be sexually suggestive.

    Other Specifics

    • Knit hats and hoods are to be removed when inside classrooms.

    • Hats with a brim may be worn for sun protection during P.E.. If a hat is needed for medical reasons, please contact the office.

    • All other hats must be removed when on campus.

    • Bandanas, skull caps, head-nets, etc. are not allowed

    • Shoes must be worn at all times.

    • Shoes with wheels are not allowed.

    • Sunglasses must be removed in class.

    • Belt buckles must be appropriate.

     

    Any clothing or makeup that creates a distraction to the educational environment is not allowed.

     
Last Modified on July 29, 2020