STUDENT DRESS CODE 2021 - 2022
In an effort to easily identify Louis Pasteur students and ensure a positive, safe, professional academic environment, the following dress code shall be in effect for all students, at all times, during the school year while they are on the Louis Pasteur campus.
SCHOOL UNIFORM SHIRT or SWEATSHIRT: Students are required to wear and have a completely visible Pasteur uniform shirt or sweatshirt when on campus. Shirts and/or sweatshirts associated to Pasteur teams, clubs, or groups are permitted. Uniform shirts must remain unaltered and long enough to be tucked.
JACKETS AND COATS:
❖ Jackets/coats must be removed when entering classroom – School shirt must be visible.
❖ Pants are to be neat, clean and in good repair (No rips, tears, holes above the knees. If there are holes between fingertips and knees, leggings need to be worn underneath). They must be hemmed and fit properly in the waist.
❖ Shorts/skirts/dresses must be FINGERTIP LENGTH and hemmed.
❖ Students cannot wear pajamas or other sleepwear.
❖ Shirts must be long enough to be tucked in.
Hats and caps that are worn need to meet district messaging expectations mentioned below.
Hoods must be removed when students are in academic settings (classrooms, office, MP Room).
Shoes must be worn at all times. All shoes must have a heel strap. Clogs, flip-flops, slippers, moccasins or sandals without heel straps may not be worn.
DRESS CODE FOR NON-UNIFORM DAYS AND SCHOOL FUNCTIONS
❖ Undergarments, cleavage, torso, chest, backs and stomachs must be covered at all times.
❖ Straps of dresses and shirts must be three fingers wide. Clothing must be long enough to be
tucked into the lower garment.
❖ Shorts and skirts must still be Finger-tip length. Pants must fit at the waist and follow above
expectations for Pants/Shorts/Skirts.
❖ Messages on clothing and other items worn or carried by students, including buttons and
backpacks, may not defame any group, promote violation of school rules, depict drugs, tobacco, alcohol, violence, weapons, gang/cult affiliation, inappropriate language or graphics, or be sexually suggestive.
Students who come to school out of dress code will be asked to call home for appropriate clothes. In the event it is not possible for an adult to bring the proper clothes, students will be issued clean loaner clothing for the day.